- The management of the Federal Polytechnic, Nekede, Imo state, has banned its students from bring their private cars to the campus
- The federal institution stated this in a circular dated Saturday, January 29, and signed by B .O Dara, for the egistrar
- Only staff of the polytechnic are allowed to drive into the campus as theywould be identified by presentation of their ID card
Nekede, Imo - Amid the flamboyant display of wealth on campus by students of Federal Polytechnic, Nekede, Imo state, the authorities have decided to take a decisive action.
According to Sahara Reporters, the management of the insitution banned students from bringing cars to the school campus after raising concerns on the use of vehicles by students.
The announcement was made in a circular dated January 29, 2022 and signed by B .O Dara for the Registrar.
Students have been advised to stop at the gate and not drive their vehicles into the shool premises, BBC Pidgin added.
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The school management approved only staff to drive into the campus as they would be identified by presentation of their ID card.
Graduation Party: Oghara polytechnic students raise the bar, use convoy of expensive cars
Legit.ng previously reported that students of Delta State Polytechnic Otefe-Oghara chose to sign out in grand style.
A video has emerged online showing the graduating students celebrating their feat in grand style. Instead of signing out quietly, the students wowed many with the loud show they put up.
In the video shared on social media, the students were seen moving in a convoy of expensive cars. Sirens could be heard blowing and attracting the attention of residents of the town.
Fed poly Bauchi sacks two lecturers for alleged female harassment, dismisses 30 students over forgery
Meanwhile, the governing council of the Federal Polytechnic, Bauchi approved the dismissal of two lecturers, Abubakar Baba and Adebusoye Sunday, accused of allegedly harassing their students.
The rector, Sunusi Gumau, stated this while briefing newsmen at the end of the 98th meeting of the council, on Sunday, October 24, in Bauchi.
Gumau said that the decision was reached after a thorough investigation of the matter, saying that Baba was a lecturer at the Department of Nutrition and Dietetics, while Sunday was a lecturer at the Department of General Studies.