The Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Kolawale Salako has enjoined youths not to shortcut their bright future for any reason whatsoever that maybe looking right now due to their situation whereas on the long run it wont pay off.
The Vice-Chancellor gave this piece of advice during the official launch of the Police Campaign Against Cultism and Other Vices (POCACOV), Ogun State Police Command in Abeokuta, which was organized by the state command of the Nigeria Police Force and the Ogun State Government.
Speaking at the occasion, the Vice-Chancellor admonished youths to be mindful of the fact that they would have to face the consequences of their all their misdeeds and actions outside the four walls of their campuses or institutions.
He stressed the need for youths to be intellectually-sound by reading good books that could make them better persons in society and to desist from crime and evil while they also let go the wrong mentality of the get-rich-quick syndrome.
Prof. Salako called on all to make it a point of duty to ensure that our youths are well guided and not misled due to wrong information that is found mostly in social media.
He said not every information is genuine and hence, people should scrutinize the information they receive to avoid being gullible and easily manipulated by others due to what they aim to achieve via thus tactics.