UNIJOS warns its students against using social media

OrijoReporter.com, UNIJOS

Authorities of the University of Jos on Wednesday, warned its new intake against indiscriminate use of social media.

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The Vice Chancellor of UNIJOS, Prof. Sebastian Maimako, sounded the warning during the matriculation ceremony for 7,000 students in the 2016/2017 academic session where he said students must have permission of the school before posting anything relating to it on social media.

Prof. Maimako said, “In line with the extant rules of the University, no student is permitted to publish anything concerning the University without the written permission of the Vice Chancellor through the Registrar.

“You are advised not to take the laws into your hands by publishing anything against the University without the permission of the Vice Chancellor. Any violation of this rule will not go unpunished.”

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