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Calvary College Of Theology Student, Urges Colleagues To Shun Cultism

A student of the Calvary College of Theology, Port Harcourt, Mr. Chukwunonye Earnest Ejiowhor has called on colleagues not to engage in secret cult activities or social vices capable of ruining their lives rather should take their studies seriously to enable them succeed in their exams.

Mr. Ejiowhor made the call during the 29th matriculation, 26 convocation ceremony for the conferment of degrees, diplomas, certificates and launching of CCT Development Projects Phase 1 at the Rumukpoku, Obio/Akpor LGA of Rivers State Campus.

According to him, “my fellow students should not emulate some of the students from the university of Calabar campus who engaged in cultism especially now that the Calvary College of Theology, Port Harcourt campus has affiliate to them rather they should focus on their studies ad engage in meaningful activities that would give them good names and pass their exams with second class”.

He advised the graduands of the institution to be good ambassadors of the institution and engage themselves in meaningful activities that will bring them closer to God and excel in the society, and commended his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Livinus Wegbom Ejiowhor for laying the foundation and their support to get to that level as well as thanked his brothers for their advices and support.

He thanked the Vice Chancellor, lecturers and other non academic of the institution for their advices, supports and their efforts in ensuring that the College was affiliated to the University of Calabar recently.

The third year student of the institution in the theology department prayed that God should give him, wisdom, strength, good understanding to complete his studies with good grade at the end of his programme.

In their separate speeches, Rev. Dr. Aaron Ayiere the chairman of Governing Council and Rev. Dr. MacDonald Awulotu, the President Calvary College of Theology, Port Harcourt while congratulating the new students, advised them to obey the rules and regulations of the institution and take their studies seriously to succeed at the end of their programmes and advised the graduands to be a good ambassadors of the institution.

Meanwhile a total number of two hundred and fifteen (215) students has been matriculated while thirty four graduands received certificate including degrees and diplomas at the ceremony. ####


Emeka Jilly Ejiowhor

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