Speaking at the closing ceremony of this year’s Vice-Chancellor’s Football Cup, Mainoma said the rehabilitation and was aimed at making
the institution’s sports facilities to meet acceptable standard.
According to him, sports serve to develop the mental capabilities of the students, assuring that before the next competition, the sports
centre will be completed.
The Vice-Chancellor advised the students to focus on their books and avoid engaging themselves in any form of examination malpractice,
warning that no one would be spared if caught.
“The senate of the University has approved the supply of power to the various faculties and hostels from 7pm to 11pm before and after the
examinations, whether or not there is power supply from the power distribution company,” he said.
Alaku Francis is 300-Level Mass Communication student of Nasarawa State University, Keffi.
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