Global Maritime Academy of Nigeria has warned the 400 students newly admitted into the institute to shun cultism and other criminal activities, insisting that the institution will only graduate students found worthy in character and learning.
Rector of the Global Maritime Academy of Nigeria, Engr Isaac Aikoroje, gave the warning weekend, at the 7th Matriculation / Convocation Ceremony of the Academy held at Campus 1, Ogoni-Olomu in Ughelli south local government area, Delta State.
“Remember that the Academy will only graduate you if you are found worthy in character and learning,” he said.
Aikiroje noted that the Global Maritime Academy of Nigeria’s expectations are to transform the students from their present state within the next two years of the National Diploma programme in various disciplines of the institution.
He stressed that graduation can only be possible if they make themselves available and cooperate with the academy authorities.
Aikoroje charged the newly matriculated students to be committed to their studies, be loyal to the leadership of the institution and be disciplined.
He also congratulated the grandaunts and urged them to further their studies with institutions of their choice and be good ambassadors of the Academy.
Meanwhile, in a lecture delivered by the chairman of the matriculation ceremony, Mr. James Okonkwo, congratulated the Global Maritime Academy for helping to build the manpower needed in the maritime sector and save it from corruption, which he said the sector was grappling with.
Okonkwo urged the new undergraduates to study hard and be useful to themselves and their families, especially in the fight against illegal oil bunkering, sea piracy. He warned them against collaborating with of some corrupt security agents to vandalise pipelines, among others.


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