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Students urged to avoid exams malpractice

Nacabs Polytechnic, Akwanga in Nasarawa State has warned students to refrain from examination cheating and other social vices.

The proprietor, Mr. David Abuluya, gave the warning in Akwanga during the 5th matriculation ceremony for 229 new students of 2016/2017 academic session.

Abuluya said that cultism, examination malpractices, armed robbery, rape and other social vices had affected the education sector negatively and called on students to steer clear of the social vices.

He also appealed to the Federal Government to include private tertiary institutions as beneficiaries of Tertiary Education Trust Fund (TETFund) projects. He said, “It is worthwhile to note that matriculation ceremony of any institution is to welcome and accept fresh students.

I will like to use this forum to draw your attention to the nefarious activities of cult, armed robbery, examination malpractices, rape and other vices which have greatly affected the social fabric of our society.”

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