Impact of Information and Communication Technology in Curbing Secret Cult Activities in Nigeria Universities

Oladunjoye Patrick, Felix Omemu


This study is concerned with investigating the perceptions of school administrators on the impact of information and communication technologies in curbing secret cult activities in Nigeria universities. Two research questions were raised to guide the study. A questionnaire Impact of ICT in curbing cult activities’ (ICTCCA) was used to collect data which was analyzed using the percentage method. The respondents were randomly selected from six universities in Nigeria. The result shows that ICT has helped to demystify cultism on campus, cult members can easily be monitored and the information flow between the staff and students has become quite easy and fast. The various campuses now enjoy relative peace as non members now read more about the various groups via the internet and membership is now done willingly unlike when cult groups scramble for new-intakes. So conflict is remarkably reduced. Various useful suggestions were made.


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