Buhari Warns Lecturers To Desist From Academic Corruption

Filed in EDUCATION NEWS by on October 23, 2015 0 Comments

President Muhammadu Buhari GCFR  on Friday warned university lecturers desist from academic corruption and inciting students.

Buhari, who gave the warning at the 31st Convocation and 40th Anniversary of the University of Ilorin, said corruption goes beyond money or concerning only politicians.

He said his administration would not accept any institution or lecturer who exploited students academically and incited students to distabilise the system.

The President, represented by Secretary of Government of Federation, Mr David Babachir, said the present administration was ready to support development of infrastructure in institutions.

He added that government would also support vocational studies and education reform as a means to ensure that graduates were fully employed.

Buhari advised the graduands to remain disciplined and uphold their integrity, stressing that they must shun corruption and all forms of social vices as they step out of the institution.

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