Police urge female students to resist temptation

The Police Command in Enugu has advised female students of the Institute of Management and Technology (IMT), Enugu to resist temptations of getting involved in all manner of vices that can tarnished their integrity.

The Command’s Public Relations Officer (PRO), SP Ebere Amaraizu, gave the advice while addressing female students of Institute of Management and Technology (IMT), Enugu during a seminar on Saturday in Enugu.

The seminar was themed: “Mentoring Women for National Development’’.

Amaraizu charged them to eschew temptation that could tarnish their integrity as a person and group; urging them to shun academic sorting, armed robbery, kidnapping, fraud and cultism.

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“Female student, especially should shun academic sorting, armed robbery, kidnapping, fraud, cultism amongst other social maladies,’’ she said.

She urged the female students to strive to become women of substance that impact positively on the society.

He described women as a substantial gender necessary for the development of the nation.

“Once a woman compromises her integrity, the woman will lose her value as a woman and may not have substance any longer,’’ he said.

The PRO also gave tips on how to tackle violence against women and children as well as how to report to the police human right and gender desk within the command.

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The seminar was conveyed by the Vice President of the Students’ Union Government (SUG) of the institution, Miss Chiamaka Morah.

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