I’ll will Expel Any Student Involved In Cultism, Drug Addiction And Examination Malpractice, Says Provost


The Provost of Anambra College of Health Technology, Ezeobi Chukwuemeka, has warned that he would expel any student involved in cultism, drug addiction and examination malpractice.

Chukwuemeka gave the warning during the graduation of students at the college auditorium on Thursday in Onitsha.

He expressed satisfaction with the academic performance of the students in the Junior National Examination Board for Community Health where the college emerged the best nationwide and also awarded best results in 2022 community health.

He revealed that the college had secured full accreditation of all the courses in the various departments.

The provost attributed the success recorded by the college to the dedication, selflessness and hard work of the management, staff and students.

He extolled Gov. Charles Soludo for his continuous financial assistance to the college.

He further commended the governor for completing the landscaping of the college compound and ongoing reconstruction of the entire premises, making the college look attractive.

He prayed for an open door and success for the graduating students, stating that they came, saw and conquered, and wished them well in their future endeavours.

The Head of the Department of Community Health, Mrs. Vivian Ileagu, expressed satisfaction with the academic feat attained by the junior students for emerging overall best in the federation.

Earlier, the former Provost of the College, Dr. Amaechi Mgbakaogu, expressed joy at the ongoing transformation in the college and the success it recorded


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