IMSU VC reads riot act against sexual harassment, others in varsity
The newly-appointed Vice Chancellor of Imo State University (IMSU), Owerri, Prof. Peter Ukah, has cautioned members of the university community, especially the students, against indulging in cultism, indecent dressing, examination malpractices and sexual harassment, among others.
Besides, he warned that the institution under his watch would not condone any form that involves social vices or acts capable of tarnishing the image of the university either from its students or members of staff.
He said the institution had suffered bad image as a result of how its affairs were handled by the previous management, and vowed to change the narrative.
Ukah spoke, yesterday, when he received a don of the university, Prof. Kenneth Yongabi of the Biological Sciences Department, who recently bagged an International Award of Excellence in recognition of his contributions in Public Health and Medical Research.
Also, while commending Yongabi, the IMSU boss said: “You have made this university proud. I want to thank you so much for projecting the image of our great university in good light. I am receiving this award on behalf of our university with gratitude and I pray that more will come.”
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