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EXCLUSIVE: SEG Set To Storm UNN Over Poor Infrastructure, Indiscriminate Distortions University Master Plan

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Baring any last minute change of plans, the pro-people pressure group in Enugu State, the Save Enugu Group (SEG) is set to begin serious of demonstrations against the current management team at the University of Nigeria Nsukka (UNN) over alleged indiscriminate construction of shops and poor infrastructure development that could assist leaning among the students.

According exclusive information available to The Street Reporters Newspaper, the group, which had in the past compelled past governors of Enugu State to align with the desires of the ordinary citizens, is already mobilising stakeholders for a mother-of-all protests in the university town.

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The group led by Chief Willy Ezugwu, who is also the National Coordinator of South East Revival Group (SERG), our correspondent learnt, is angry with the defacing of the university environment through indiscriminate construction of shops by the Prof. Charles Igwe led school management.

The Vice Chancellor, Prof. Igwe was alleged to be “speedily turning the university into a business premises rather than a prestigious academic institution the citadel of learning was known for in the past”, a source who has knowledge of the planned actions told our correspondent.

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The source who pleased anonymity because he was not authorised to speak on the development, confided in our correspondent part of the plan was a world press conference at the University town, Nsukka and civil unrest within the community should the Vice Chancellor, Prof. Charles Igwe fails to resign.

“Under Prof. Igwe’s watch, students’ hostels are so dilapidated that you wonder is human beings are living there”, the source added.

Recall that the SEG had issued ultimatum to the Enugu State House of Assembly recently forcing the lawmakers to drop the proposed pension bill for former governors and their deputies.

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