The Vice-Chancellor of the University of Port Harcourt, Prof. Ndowa Lale, said on Monday that the management of the institution had been able to stamp out cultism from the university through its new policies.
Lale, who spoke in Port Harcourt, Rivers State, during a briefing ahead of the university’s forthcoming 32nd convocation, said that with the new policy, cultism had no place in the institution again.
He recalled that in the past, students found to be members of cult groups were merely suspended for one semester but the punishment was now expulsion.
Lale said a committee was formed to put an end to the menace and the recommendations of the committee had made it impossible for any student to join a cult group. Read more