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Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka, Anambra State said the institution has witnessed steady decline in cultism and other social vices among students in recent times.
Dean, Students Affairs, Prof. Chinonso Achebe disclosed this in a chat with The Nation, saying the tightening up of academic regulations of the university was a major contributory factor to the success. He also linked the decrease in the menace to the stable academic calendar of the university.
He explained that students had been fully engaged in academic exercises to the extent they scarcely had time for mundane activities.
According to Achebe, the security agencies and anti-cult systems charged with the responsibility of ensuring that cultism was wiped out had been on top of the security situation.
He said: “Cultism is at its lowest ebb quite unlike what it used to be in the past years. We’ve not had outbreak of fighting and other forms of vices among the students in recent times.
“Besides, the university has enjoyed a stable academic calendar which has contributed largely to the students’ commitment to their studies.
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