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University Resumption: UNIBEN Sets Up Surveillance Club On Covid-19

Ahead of the February 1 resumption date for students, the management of University of Benin, UNIBEN, has set up a Volunteer Surveillance Club to check occurrence and spread of Coronavirus (Covid-19) in the school.
The Surveillance Club comprises of a Chief Marshal, 16 Marshals and over 140 other members. 

 They are to serve in the Ekenhuan and Ugbowo campuses of the University. 

Speaking at a virtual orientation programme for the first batch of volunteers, UNIBEN’s Vice Chancellor, Professor Lilian Salami, explained that the initiative is borne out of the need to monitor and prevent the occurrence and spread of Covid-19 among staff and students. 

 The Vice Chancellor charged the volunteers to subtly, but firmly enforce the regulations, rather than resort to the use of force, stressing that civility should be their watchword. 

 She, however, urged all staff and students of the University to make the tasks of the volunteers seamless.

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