Covenant University Is At It Again, Students Have Been Banned From Using These

Published 5 years ago by: Joseph Dada
at 03:22 PM, 14/03/2014 (5 years ago)

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Covenant University, which is a private Christian University owned by Living Faith Church founded by Bishop David Oyedepo, is banning its student from using or being in possession of gadgets such as SIM enabled tablets and more.
The University which is based in Ota, Ogun State, is known for its strict disciplinary rules and low tolerance any form of misconduct among its students.
According to a statement released yesterday by the institution’s Dean of Student Affairs, Mr. Azubuike, the school is placing a ban on the use of “phone chargers, SIM Cards, and SIM enabled devices [like] iPad, Techno, Samsung and other unpopular tab brands” in the school.
According to the release any student found with these prohibited materials will be punished with a 4-week suspension.
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yettyness at 11:28 PM, 14/03/2014 (5 years ago)
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well you have to follow the rules of the house...don't go to such universities...simple.
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