By Usman Shuaibu
The leadership of “Man O War” of the University of Abuja has counseled the students of the institution against secret cult and other social vices at the management science lecture hall, main campus on Friday.
Addressing the students during the conference, the Assistant Chief Safety Officer of the University, Mr. Wilfred Agbu, urged the entire students to shun cultism and other anti-social behaviour.
He also charged the students to deem it necessary to enter the vehicles at motor parks whenever they were travelling to avoid being kidnapped.
Agbu, however, advised the students to be security conscious at all times, saying that the Safety Unit of the University would always protect the lives and properties of the students in the campuses.
In an interview after the conference, the commandant of “Man O War” of the institution, Godwill Bobzach said, the purpose of the conference was to enlighten the students on the activities of the cultists in the University.
He said, the leadership of “Man O War” command would continue to partner with the Safety Unit to fight against cultism as well as hard drug being taken by the students.
Bobzach, therefore advised the students to report any case of secret cult to the Safety Unit of the University for the avoidance of being initiated.
In his speech, the Deputy Commandant of “Man O War” in the University, Onaji Lovis Agbo, urged Nigerian Security Agencies not to hesitate in waging war against cultism, kidnapping and drug abuse for the benefit of the students in the institutions of higher learning in our country.
The Deputy Commandants thanks the Assistant Chief Safety Officer of the University and other dignitaries who graced the occasion.
On his part, the Cleric in charge of Christ the King Chapel Kutunku in Gwagwalada, Rev. (Dr.) Simon Peter Igbadi warned the students against engaging themselves in any form of secret cult or society, and urged them to face their studies squarely.
However, the theme of the conference was “Drug Abuse, Secret Cult and Kidnapping as a social problem in Nigerian Educational System and Way Forward”.