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Exams Ethics step up campaign to end campus cultism

The Chairman Exam Ethics Marshall International Mr Ike Onyechere presenting the books to the Director, Unity Schools Mrs Helen Mbakwe

A delegation on Implementation Task force Team of Campus Sense Project has donated 624 anti cult books and exam ethics books to the Ministry of Education for implementation of action plans to end cultism by 2023.

The team from the Exam Ethics Marshall International (EEMI), an NGO made the donation in Abuja on Tuesday to assist the 104 Federal Unity Colleges and higher institutions across the country.

The leader of the delegation and founding Chairman Exam Ethics Marshall International Mr Ike Onyechere, an NGO made the donation in Abuja on to assist the 104 Federal Unity Colleges and higher institutions across the country

Mr Onyechere said the Campus Sense project was an early-warning anti-cult counseling and security guidebook which profiles the prudential laws student must obey to navigate and escape the dangers of campus cultism.

Mr Onyechere, who explained that the Exam Ethics Excel Guidebook and Promoting Best Practices in Education books would equip students with prudential guides for excelling in exams based on ethics-compliant principles in order to discover their true talents and ultimately achieve their destiny.

” Specifically, the delegation is here to present 624 anti-cult and exam ethics books donated to Federal Unity Colleges to the Federal Ministry of Education.

” The 624 books include 104 copies each of: Campus Sense-the Anti-Cult Early-Warning Guidebook for Students, Exam Ethics Excel Guidebook, Letter from Necropolis Warning Students about Dangers of Cultism, Safe School Manual, Promoting Best Practices in Education and Technical and Integrity Skills for Administration of Credible Exams.

“Campus Sense is the early-warning anti-cult counseling and security guidebook which profiles the prudential laws student must obey to navigate and escape the dangers of campus cultism.

Mr Onyechere noted that the guidebooks, to be distributed to libraries of Federal Unity Colleges, are important components of Campus Sense Project (CSP) being implemented by Exam Ethics Marshals International to end campus cultism.

He added that it would also promote campus safety and save the lives of students and as well support initiatives already being implemented by various governments and institutions. 

“Successful implementation of Campus Sense Project is a matter of urgent national importance of life and death dimensions, Campus cultism is now a major source of insecurity, criminality, violence, deviant behavior, exam malpractice and killings in institutions’’.

Onyechere pledged the organisation’s readiness to follow up the donation with the training of teachers and principals of basic and secondary schools on how to use the anti-cult early-warning identification and intervention toolkits to forestall the spread of cultism to Unity Schools.

In her response, the Director, Unity Schools Mrs Helen Mbakwe who received the books on behalf of the Minister of Education, Mallam Adamu Adamu, expressed optimism that the books are life transforming.

Mrs Mbakwe said that exam malpractices and cultism had derailed students from achieving their goals in life, pledged that the ministry would disseminate the books through the principals to the students to redeem them from any act capable of destroying them and the society at large.

“When students are cultists, there is no peace for us as a teacher and also as a nation, these books are life transforming and we will make sure the students reads them and bring back the society to what will benefit all of us,” She said.

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