Al-Qalam varsity matriculates 1,123
Al-Qalam University in Katsina State on Sunday matriculated 1,123 students, The Nation reports.
The students were advised to be of good conduct and ambassadors to the Muslim faith.
Addressing the students at the occasion, the Vice-Chancellor of the university, Prof. Shehu G. Ado urged the students to utilise the opportunity of studying in the institution to demonstrate their potential to excel.
He added that being the 16th matriculated students, they should express their freedom, rights and behaviours in line with the school’s guidelines and Islamic tenets or face disciplinary actions.
He said: “As Muslims, you must show exemplary conduct and you should always remember Allah by obeying His command, running away from what He prohibited. By so doing, your character and actions would be free from blame.