ICPC admonishes Students to eschew Examination Malpractices and Social Vices

In a bid to stifle the menace called corruption, the Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Commission (ICPC), Enugu State office has sensitized the students of Day Secondary School, Enugu, on “Examination Malpractices and Social Vices”.

Addressing the students at their assembly ground, Mr. Obinna Igwe, a Principal Superintendent with ICPC, counseled the students to be morally upright and eschew any form of corrupt practice.

Mr. Igwe warned the students that anyone who engage in cheating in examination may end up becoming a quack professional in their chosen career like doctors, lawyers, civil engineers and would become a danger to the society.

The ICPC representative enjoined the students to join the Student Anti-Corruption Club so as to build themselves towards being honest, good citizens, people of integrity and becoming good role models to their peers.

In her remarks, the Vice Principal (Administration) of the school, Mrs. Madubuike, welcomed and recognized the efforts of ICPC in eradicating corrupt practices in schools across the country.

She encouraged her students to join the Club because it is an important platform for them to imbibe the virtues of good morals and ethical values which would help them become useful to themselves and the larger society.