Management of the Greenfield University, Kaduna has banned students from posting on social media without securing a written approval from the office of the Vice Chancellor.
This is as the university relocated to its city campus inside Kaduna metropolis after bandits attacked the school’s permanent site along Kaduna-Abuja highway in April 2021.
About 23 students and staff members were abducted during the attack while five of the students were killed in captivity.
The university, Vice Chancellor, Professor Simon Daniel Katung during the 4th matriculation of the school warned students against posting any form of information about the institution on social media.
He told the students to be security conscious and avoid late return to the hostel. He assured the parents that the university is committed to producing graduates that will compete favourably with their peers globally.
The vice chancellor warned that the university would not tolerate cultism, adding that any student caught in the act would be summarily expelled from the institution.
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“The university will continue to work round the clock to ensure the security of lives and property of our students. However, students are expected to be security conscious throughout their stay in the university.
“Students are advised to always be in the hostel early, because staying out late would not be condoned by the security personnel,” he said.
He said the use of social media is in vogue in the society today, advising them to use it for only positive things that will add value to the university.
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According to him, no student is permitted to publish anything concerning the university without the written permission of the vice chancellor through the Dean of Student Affairs.
He said students are expected to exhibit high sense of discipline while in the university.