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Friday, November 13, 2020

ESUT Students blast school Management, plan mass protest on Monday

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ESUT Students blast school Management


ESUT STUDENTS EXPRESSES TOTAL DISPLEASURE OVER PLANNED ANTI-STUDENT EXAM, DEMANDS IMMEDIATE STOP OF THE PROCESS, READY TO EMBARK ON PEACEFUL MASS PROTEST ON MONDAY

ESUT Students protest Memo
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ESUT Students protest Memo
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12/11/2020

It is with total umbrage, discontentment, and displeasure that we the students of Enugu State University Of Science and Technology met the recent inconsiderate, anti-student, anti-education, and unbearable policy of the school management of our dear school, Enugu State University Of Science and Technology under the new leadership of Prof. Charles Ezeh, Acting Vice-Chancellor which seeks to:

1. Embark on a hasty and unexpected examination for only students WHO HAVE PAID THEIR SCHOOL FEES including the new introduced compulsory 50,000 developmental fees.

2. Prohibit students who haven't paid these fees from writing their exams despite the terrible economic hardship of the country caused by the National shutdown orchestrated by the dreaded COVID-19 pandemic.

3. Force an additional year with two years compulsory tuition fee to the current final year students who may not be able to pay their fees within the next 2 WORKING DAYS.

4. Power massive examination failure to teeming students as they are to write exams on courses that have not been introduced or barely taught through an unfamiliar process.

5. Force massive failure on 80% of students who are yet to return due to the sudden timing of the exam. Etc

It is at this point that the whole students of Enugu State University of Science and Technology directly led by the association of all ESUT class reps, who are the closest student leaders that understand directly the plight of our students and that our the parents, in synergy with the departmental and faculty presidents hereby:

1. Pass OUR TOTAL VOTE OF NO CONFIDENCE on the current SUG President and his entire cabinet, selfishly led by one Emmanuel Chidera Franklin as they are only interested In the SUG levy and brown envelopes against the general interest of the students.

2. That Enugu State Government under the leadership of Rt. Hon. Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi should immediately stop the already invited military personnel from 103 battalion Enugu and unprofessional police men from coming to kill students on Monday as peaceful protest is our fundamental human right.

3. Demand an immediate halt to the plan of the school management to compel students to sudden examination with zero revision after 8 months of out of school amidst few previous lectures.

4. Demand immediate termination to the plan by the school to stop students who haven't paid their fees from writing exams.

5. Reinstate the normal exam procedure of pen and paper and CBT exams for only year 1 student on GST courses as have been.

6. Allow final year school students to write the exams so that many of those who couldn't pay now will be able to make the payment before the release of the results.

7. That Enugu State Government to grant school fees waiver to students of ESUT as was done by many other governors including our neighboring Ebonyi state as a palliative.

8.That NANS under the leadership of Comr. Chidi Ilogebe Intervenes immediately but should never part with the current heinous SUG executives.

Conclusively, we are very of known to the inability of the school to meet up with some financial obligations as an outcome of the lasted ASUU strike but it's pathetic, inhumane, and unbearable that students who have been forced to stay at home for long, destroying our 8 months of youthfulness be compelled to again be the glass that continuous to suffer from the unruly fight between ASUU and Federal Government.

If this our demands are NEGLECTED, all the students of Enugu State University of Science and Technology will FULLY boycott the planned anti-student exam and will be forced to EMBARK ON A PEACEFUL PROTEST in Enugu urban and rural areas, which will aim at permanently shutting down Enugu state major roads, a protest which is our fundamental right to air our dissatisfaction as contained under section 40 of the 1999 Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria (as amended), the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (ICCPR) 1966 Article 21, and Article 11 of the 1981 African Charter on Human and Peoples' Rights. 

NOTE: KINDLY MEET OUR DEMANDS, WE HAVE NO LEADER!! and WE HAVE NO TRUST ON OUR SUG!

SIGNED:
ALL ESUT CLASS REPRESENTATIVES from all FACULTIES
on the authority of all our students.

ALUTA CONTINUA!!!

CC:>> Government of Enugu State.
.>>Vice-Chancellor, Enugu State University of Science and Technology
>>National Association of Nigeria Students
>>Enugu State Ministry of Education 
Etc

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