Chrisland University Abeokuta, in pursuit of its vision of training a new generation of leaders and nurturing a total man has continue to take steps that will ensure the achievement of this vision. It is in line with this desire that the management of the university invited the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) to carry out routine checks in the campus as the university is hostile to any form of drug abuse or engaging in the use of psychotropic substances.
Recall that CEOAFRICA had earlier reported that the management of Chrisland University led by the multiple award winner Professor Chinedum Peace Babalola (Fas) entered into partnership arrangement with NDLEA and other relevant agencies to support the university in fostering a conducive environment for learning and building a world class university.
In line with the spirit of this partnership these agencies are often invited to visit the campus to carry out covert and overt activities around the university community with the assistance of the Chrisland University Security Unit.
On Saturday 10th July, 2021, the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) conducted
an unannounced search at the students Hostels. Quite pleasantly at the end of the search no drugs or substance was found on any student or around the hostels or anywhere in the campus.
The Vice Chancellor Prof. Mrs Chinedum Peace Babalola therefore commended the students and the university community for their cooperation and support to the university management in sustaining a conducive environment for learning. she urged them to channel all efforts toward putting the university on a global map through innovation and intellectual excellence.
Professor Babalola reinstated management commitment and determination to leave no stone unturned towards creating a learning environment that nurtures a sound moral and intellectual culture that attracts an excellent blend of faculty from across the world, and deploys resource
to educate the total person.
She also called on other stakeholders to continue to partner with Chrisland University towards building a society that is drug free and cult free.