Mixed-reactions have started trailing the ban by Abia State University, Uturu restricting students from driving private vehicles within the school premises.
The school management in a circular obtained by QUEST TIMES gave the directive dated Tuesday, February 1, 2022.
“Management of Abia State University, Uturu has banned the use of personal vehicles by students and flagrant display of wealth on campus.
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“Henceforth, only staff and accredited visitors would be allowed to drive their vehicles into the campus.“Any student who violates this directive, which is in the interest of the University community, shall face severe disciplinary action. Please, be guided,” the statement read.
Here are some reactions gathered by QUEST TIMES as seen below;
@DavidLeoAlabi: “As odd as the decision might seem, I’m sure they’d have their reasons.”
@GbengaKuteyi: “This is rubbish, I know the day will come when Nigerians will see cars as a necessity and not luxury.”
@IheanachoEsq: “This might sound archaic base on policy, but it’s supported whole heartedly.”
@OziboOfficial: “How do they prefer the commercial? Trailer or 199? Because I must drive to school oh. Come and beat me (laughs).”
@ulsherlan: “Can they atleast then drive their parents car on campus then?”
@Komrade_Konrade: “Not such a fantastic idea in 21st century but I support it.”