UNIPORT warns students against wild jubilations after exams

UNIPORT warns students against wild jubilations after exams

UNIPORT warns students against wild jubilations after exams. THE management of the University of Port Harcourt has vowed to punish final year students engaging in wild jubilations after their examinations.

A statement by the university spokesman, Sammy Kpenu, said such over celebration was a nuisance, which almost claimed the life of one of its students recently.

The University of Port Harcourt is a university in the city of Port Harcourt, Rivers State, Nigeria. It was established in 1975 as University College, Port Harcourt, and was given university status in 1977. The University of Port Harcourt was ranked the sixth in Africa and the first in Nigeria by Times Higher Education (THE) in 2015.

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The statement reads, “These jubilations are mostly carried out by final year students after their final examination. Management views such wild jubilations as an act of nuisance aimed at disturbing the serenity of the academic environment.

“Consequently, the authorities of the university direct the students who engage in wild jubilations by mounting music equipment, rough-riding on campus, turning their wears (clothes) into rags, throwing sachet water among other acts should stop henceforth.

“Henceforth, any student found engaging in wild jubilations after examination on campus would be dealt with in accordance with the rules governing the university.”

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By Olumide Sekunowo

Content Author for @study4naija

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