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Kano Varsity emphasizes importance of ethical values, fostering responsible leadership among student representatives

Aliko Dangote University of Science and Technology, Wudil (ADUSTECH) has re-emphasized the significance of instilling ethical values and fostering responsible leadership among student representatives.

The university Dean of Students’ Affairs, Comrade Prof. Abdulkadir Muhammad, stated this on Thursday at a seminal aimed at fostering a deeper understanding of politics, ethics, accountability, and leadership among students’ union leaders.

The Dean represented by Comrade Muftahu Z. Ringim, said it is imperative for students to uphold principles of integrity, accountability, and ethical conduct.

This seminar serves as a platform for students to enhance their leadership skills and cultivate a deep sense of responsibility towards their peers and the community,” he stated.

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‘’The seminar was designed to equip students’ union leaders with the necessary tools to navigate the complex landscape of student politics while upholding ethical standards and promoting accountability.’’

The ADUSTECH Students’ Affairs Division remains committed to nurturing the next generation of ethical and accountable leaders who will contribute positively to society. Through initiatives like this seminar, the university continues to empower students to make a meaningful impact in their communities and beyond.

SOLACEBASE reports that during the program, interactive sessions led by faculty members including Comrade Prof. Yusuf Bala Daraja, Comrade Prof. Murtala Muhammad, and Comrade Ismail Hussaini discussed History and Development of Trade Unionism; Politics and Political Leadership; Human Resource Management and Association’s Finance and Management, and the role of effective leadership in driving positive change.

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The seminar also featured a panel discussion from veteran student unionists including Comrade Dr. Umar Shehu Umar, Comrade Sanusi Danjuma Sanusi, Comrade Munneerah Ishaq Sani, and Comrade Muhammad Yusuf Muhammad, who shared insights from their own experiences and offered guidance on navigating the intersection of politics, ethics, and leadership.

Comrade Adamu Habibu Ado President of the Students’ Union Government expressed gratitude for the opportunity to participate in the seminar.

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“This event has provided me and other unionists on campus with invaluable knowledge and perspectives on the ethical dimensions of leadership. I am inspired to lead with integrity and ensure accountability within my association,” he remarked.


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