Ogunbodede, however assured them of the readiness of University authority in ensuring that issues affecting students are addressed as promptly as possible and given priority for provision of essential needs.

He urged them to combine academic excellence with the culture of “Omoluabi” in a challenging, competitive and diverse academic environment, maintaining that they should beware of their colleagues who will want to lure them to join bad groups.

Penpushing reports that, the matriculating students had earlier undergone a week-long orientation exercise to familiarise them with the University environment and inculcate into them ethics of the institution.

The annual exercise which is usually packaged by Division of Students’ Affairs featured special Jummat and Interdenominational services, tour of special places on Campus and other specialized hall activities.



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