Nekede poly investigates student who ‘graduated’ with help of private organ

Nekede Poly student says she graduated with help of God and pussy

Authorities at the Federal Polytechnic, Nekede in Imo state have launched an investigation into claim by a student that she passed through the institution with the help of God and her vagina.

This was announced in a statement by the school’s registrar Eucharia Anuna on Monday.

The video of the student named in some quarters as Sharon has since gone viral on social media.

In it, she is seen saying “Omo, today is the final day. Nekede bye bye. This stress ends today. Finally, I’m now a graduate of Federal Polytechnic, Nekede. It can only be God and my pussy.”

Pussy is a vulgar word for the vagina.

Reacting, Mrs Anuna said the student’s action does not represent the standard of the institution.

The statement read: “This is to inform the general public that the Management of Federal Polytechnic Nekede, Owerri, has begun full investigations into the identity of the student who gloated on TikTok about how she graduated with the help of God and her private organ.

“It is most blasphemous and antithetical that the said student peddled the name of God in her deleterious act.

“Management considers the action of the student as most unacceptable and preposterous. The Federal Polytechnic Nekede prides itself as an institution with high academic and moral standards.

“Both staff and students are quite aware of the consequences of any misconduct. In an unprecedented move, the management, through the various disciplinary committees, had released hotlines through which the students can report any act of exploitation or corruption. These committees are diligent in ensuring that any staff or student found culpable is meted with appropriate punishment.

“The despicable post of this supposed student does not, therefore, represent the standard of our institution. The Rector of the institution, being a clergyman, has been very committed and consistent in instilling discipline in our students through seminars, solemn assemblies, sensitisation outreaches and publications.

“When our investigations are over, we shall make our findings and pronouncements public. It is in our purview to ensure that only students found worthy in learning and character are certified. This is a commitment to which we shall remain consistently resolute.”