University of Nigeria, Nsukka Has Not Suspended Student In Viral Twerking Video

   

 

University of Nigeria, Nsukka Has Not Suspended Student In Viral Twerking Video
 

The academic management of the University of Nigeria, Nsukka, through a press statement, has reacted to the comments and reactions trailing a trending video of its female student twerking on social media.

See full details below: 

 

PRESS RELEASE

                                                                                        
UNN Has not Suspended Student in Viral Twerking Video

The attention of management of the University of Nigeria has been drawn to comments and reactions trailing a trending video published on social media. The video involved our student who twerked half-clad in front of Akpabio Hostel in a bid to win a dance contest. Preliminary findings revealed that she is a first year student in our Department of Medical Laboratory Science.


For the records, the University of Nigeria does not condone acts of indecency and other morally reprehensible behavior from our students. Our degrees and certificates are awarded only to those who have been found worthy in character and learning.


Against the backdrop of mixed reactions on the video, it is important to clarify that the University has neither suspended the student nor pronounced any punishment on account of the incident.


However, the management has set up a panel to investigate circumstances surrounding the incident. Further action will be guided by the report of the panel.


We urge the general public to disregard reports that the student has been suspended. The public should also ignore any comment suggesting a pre-determined punishment for the student. 


Okwun Omeaku – Chief (Dr) FCAI, Mnipr
Public Relations Officer


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