UNIABUJA WANTS HERDSMEN SACKED FROM CAMPUS, HOSTELS

The authorities of the University of Abuja have announced that a committee has been set by the Ministry of the Federal Capital Territory and the institution to stop the invasion of herdsmen into the campus areas. The UniAbuja Vice Chancellor, Prof. Michael Adikwu, made this known on Monday, while reacting to students' worry about the […] UniAbuja wants herdsmen sacked from campus, hostels

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