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Shun vices, OAUSTECH students urged

By Kayode Olabanji, Okitipupa

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Students of Olusegun Agagu University of Science and Technology ( OAUSTECH) Okitipupa, have been advised to shun all forms of anti-social vices and consider their admission as a higher calling.
The outgoing Vice-Chancellor, of the University, Prof. Sunday Roberts Ogunduyile gave the advice, during the 11th matriculation ceremony of 2020/2021 academic session held at the university’s auditorium.
Over 1000 students were matriculated at the ceremony.
The outgoing Vice-Chancellor, congratulated the newly matriculated students for being so lucky to be chosen among several millions of candidates that sat for the JAMB exam which according to him will open a new chapter that will reshape their lives to be better persons in life.
He welcomed them to the great university as they embark on their academic journey.
“You are privileged to be admitted into this institution at a time when the institution is undergoing developmental process both in academics, social and infrastructural development”
“This matriculation is special, being the last matriculation that I will conduct. Today we have more than one thousand students which are part of progress in the university”, the VC said.
Ogunduyile, therefore, admonished the students to concentrate on their studies which is their primary assignment in the institution so that they could make their parents and guardians proud.
“Shun all forms of cultism, night crawling, protesting, hooliganism, stealing, drunkenness and examination malpractices which he said could affect their success. He advised.
The Hope reports that students present for the matriculation ceremony were admitted into the school of Agricultural, Food and Natural Resources, School of Engineering and Engineering Technology and School of Sciences.

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