Students Storm Imo State Government House



Students of Evan Enwerem University, Owerri, Imo State, yesterday stormed the Douglas House, seat of government.

The leader of the students’ union, Mr. Kingdom Okere, said they were at the Government House to thank Governor Ikedi Ohakim for not increasing their school fees.

Okere hailed the governor for providing 10,000 jobs for the youths, saying it has reduced unemployment as well as lifted the living standards of several families.

Hon. Ibezim Onyekachi urged the students to support the governor’s re-election bid.

He said the governor has empowered the youths and advised them to shun violence and thuggery during next month’s elections.{googleAds}
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Ohakim’s running mate, Prof.Viola Onwuliri assured of the resuscitation of education, if Ohakim is re-elected.  She noted that Ohakim deserved a second term because of his people- oriented programmes.

Responding, Ohakim thanked the students for their solidarity, restating that there is no fee hike in the university.

He enjoined them to protect their votes in next month’s elections.

The governor promised to solve the hostel accommodation in the university and advised the students to eschew violence.
Source: the nation

 



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