No prostitution, cultism, in Oko Federal Poly, rector warns new students


By Nwafor Okafor

The Rector, Federal Polytechnic, Oko, in Anambra State, Dr Francisca Nwafulugo has charged students of the institution to be worthy in character and learning so as to uphold the values of the school, stating that the polytechnic has zero tolerance for cultism, prostitution and allied social vices.

Dr Nwafulugo gave the charge at the 38th matriculation ceremony of the institution held at the school’s permanent site.

Nwafulugo expressed delight that the new students made the school their choice, assuring them that her administration had never compromised on excellence and quality.

Describing the institution as a citadel of academic excellence that had weathered the storm through creativity and innovation, the rector noted that the polytechnic’s dexterity in the art of re-invention and re-tooling had engendered a revolutionary and transformational education system which had made the school a competitive institution of learning.

She reminded the students that the school had zero tolerance for cultism, examination malpractice, prostitution and other social vices that could mar their future, urging them to study hard in order to transform their lives, that of their families and society at large.

The matriculants were introduced by the respective deans of schools , after which they were admitted officially by the Rector Dr Nwafulugo haven been presented by the Deputy Rector, Academics, Mr Uche Onyegbu.

The Acting Registrar of the institution, Mrs Ifeoma Ezeokoli administered the oath of loyalty on the matriculants.

Some of the matriculants, Miss Dorothy Orji and Chimdalu Okoye said they were happy to be given opportunity to study in the institution, and promised to abide by the rules and regulations of the polytechnic.

By Ifeizu Joe

Ifeizu is a seasoned journalist and Managing Editor of TheRazor. He has wide knowledge of Anambra State and has reported the state objectively for over a decade.

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