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IUIU rector urges students to legalise relationships

“If you admire each other here at IUIU, you are free to go to the Dawah department and legalise your relationship other than fornicating which is totally against the culture of Islam and IUIU,” he said.

IUIU Rector Dr. Ahmed Ssengendo (R) with other officials while heading for the ceremony in Sumaya Hall

The Rector of the Islamic University in Uganda Dr. Ahmed Kaweesa Ssengedo has advised students to always legalise their relationships instead of practising fornication at campus.

Ssengedo noted that fornication ends up into unwanted pregnancies which result into expulsion of such students who engage in them out of the university blocking their journey of success in education which reduces their chances of success in life.

“If you admire each other here at IUIU, you are free to go to the Dawah department and legalise your relationship other than fornicating which is totally against the culture of Islam and IUIU,” he said.

He made these remarks while officiating at the admission ceremony of new students at the Islamic University in Uganda which took place at the main campus in Mbale on Friday October 18, 2019.

“Students who will engage in such acts which are against the university rules and regulation and Islam will be discontinued once caught,” he warned.

According to Ssengedo, the University admitted 1,638 students in different disciplines this academic year which according to him is a great achievement in the university compared to recent admissions.

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