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JAMB Issues Warning on Fake Admission Letters during Harvarde College Matriculation Ceremony

In a stern caution to prospective students, the Registrar of the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB), Prof. Isiaq Oloyede, emphasized the importance of verifying the authenticity of admission letters. Addressing the audience during the 2023/2024 matriculation ceremony of Harvarde College in Obada-Oko, Ogun State, Prof. Oloyede urged aspiring tertiary institution students to ensure that their provisional admission letters are genuine and issued by the board.

Represented by the Board’s Coordinator in Ogun State, Akeem Abdul-Hammed, Prof. Oloyede warned that failure to adhere to the due process might lead to future complications for admission seekers.

The event also featured warnings from the Commissioner of Police in Ogun State, Abiodun Alamutu, and the Vice Chancellor of Abia State University (ABSU), Prof. Onyemachi Ogbulu. Commissioner Alamutu expressed concerns about the rising menace of cultism and related activities across the state. He urged students to prioritize their studies and resist the temptation to engage in such destructive behaviors.

ABSU’s Vice Chancellor, Prof. Ogbulu, echoed a similar sentiment during his address at the matriculation ceremony. He emphasized the institution’s commitment to maintaining a zero-tolerance policy towards cultism and warned of expulsion and other severe penalties for students found violating these standards.

Addressing the matriculants, Dr. Adebayo Ouwatosin, the President, and founder of Harvarde College, encouraged the students to remain focused on achieving academic excellence. He stressed the importance of diligence and perseverance in attaining success throughout their academic journey.

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The collective warnings from JAMB, the Ogun State Commissioner of Police, and ABSU’s Vice Chancellor underscore the commitment to maintaining academic standards, ensuring the safety of students, and combating the menace of cultism within tertiary institutions. As the academic year progresses, students are urged to heed these warnings and prioritize their education over any negative influences that may hinder their progress.

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