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Nigerian Students Must Vote With Their Conscience – Prof. Clement Adeboye

Independent National Electoral Commission

Independent National Electoral Commission

The Vice-Chancellor, Osun State University, Osogbo, Prof. Clement Adeboye has come out to warn students of the institution that are of voting age against selling their votes and involvement in thuggery during the forthcoming polls.

He recently had his say while speaking to the press, and Nigerians have been reacting.

According to him, the new students that were recently admitted should also guard against projecting the institution negatively on social media, and they should always make use of available communication channels whenever there are issues they want the management to work on.

He added that students should ensure they vote with their conscience because vote-buying is a crime.

His words, “Our students should vote their conscience. They should not be involved in vote-buying because it is a crime.”

“Let’s make this country work. The way we can make this country work is to shun all acts that can bring down the tempo of the nation.”

“We have to make the nation work. Make Nigeria project work. Don’t engage in violence during the election. Don’t allow any politician to conscript you into thuggery group to terrorise other human beings during the election.”

“I must assure you that the thrust of our student administration policy is to provide an environment that is completely conducive for effective learning.”

“We take our students as critical stakeholders, and we consistently ensure they have sweet memories and high level of satisfaction in their sojourn within our walls.”

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