The University of Nigeria, Nsukka (UNN) has reacted to a viral video of a student identified as Mirabel Obi who was seen twerking for a price of N10,000 during an event promotion.
NewsWireNGR gathered that Mirabel is a student of the Department of Medical Laboratory Science, MLS, and went viral after the Dean of the Students Affairs, UNN, Prof. Edwin Omeje, threatened to expel her.
However, the school reacted with more than a threat to expel Mirabel, new rules were also introduced to regulate advert promotion in the school halls.
A memo signed by the Dean reads; “I just visited Akpabio Hall where a despicable display of character by a female student ended up going viral and dragging the name/integrity of the University of Nigeria to the mud.
“Following this ignoble act involving nude dancing and despicable sacrilege by a first-year female student of MLS now identified as Obi Mirabel Lotanna Patricia, resident of Presidential Hall, I hereby direct as follows:
“All forms of shows, show adverts via all forms of music, visitation of DJs with loud music to halls of residence are hereby suspended indefinitely. All concerned are to take note and comply without fail.
“The use of convoy cars especially unmarked vehicles for any form of show/advert for shows is now banned till further notice.
“Entry into any hostel for all forms of advert involving loud music and associated ill behaviours is now banned. Hall Supervisors to take note for strict compliance.
“Efforts are on to fish out the alleged strip dancer, Obi Mirabel Lotanna Patricia and send her to Students’ Disciplinary Board of the University of Nigeria for further investigation and follow up. Such behaviour is not condoned in this University.
“This action by a supposed student of UNN is totally condemnable and without an accompanying drastic punishment, other students will not desist from such reprobate character.
“As a Dean and immediate Father of the highly cherished students of the University, I shall make personal efforts and commitment towards eventual rehabilitation of this female student. I strongly believe that she could become transformed as far as she is willing to yield to godly counsel.”