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SUMAS: UNN Academicians Hail Gov. Ugwuanyi’s Giant Strides In Education Sector by OEPHIUS(m): 9:33pm On Oct 05
SUMAS: UNN academicians hail Gov. Ugwuanyi’s giant strides in education sector

…As varsity staff, Gburus Committee for Senate, back governor, Barr. Mbah, PDP for 2023

The leadership of the Faculty of the Social Sciences, University of Nigeria Nsukka (UNN) on Wednesday visited Governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi of Enugu State at the Government House, Enugu, to appreciate him for his administration’s giant strides in the education sector in spite of the state’s lean resources and the economic, security and public health challenges bedeviling the country.

Led by the Dean, Faculty of the Social Sciences, UNN, Prof. Ike Onyishi, the academicians commended Gov. Ugwuanyi for the establishment of the State University of Medical and Applied Sciences (SUMAS), Igbo-Eno, Enugu State, describing the medical university as one of the legacy projects the governor will be remembered for after his tenure. He said that the SUMAS is a worthy project which “is going to live after all of us.”

Prof. Onyishi expressed delight at the quality of massive structures at the permanent site of the State Medical University (SUMAS), constructed by the Ugwuanyi administration, stressing that they are amazing.

The Dean assured Gov. Ugwuanyi of their support towards the success of the medical university, adding that the inherent benefits of the educational establishment are enormous, especially, its proximity to the UNN, its socio-economic development of the affected rural communities as well as its ability to provide more opportunities for numerous students in the country seeking to study medical courses.

Prof. Onyishi, on behalf of the Faculty of the Social Sciences, UNN, thanked Gov. Ugwuanyi for appointing one of them, Prof. Aloysius Michael Okolie, as the Vice Chancellor of Enugu State University of Science and Technology (ESUT), Prof. Malachy Okwueze as the Deputy Chief of Staff, Government House, Enugu and Prof. Uche Eze who is the Commissioner for Education, among others.

He acknowledged the existing peace and security in Enugu State entrenched by Gov. Ugwuanyi, pointing out that the unprecedented feat has made it possible for education and development to thrive in the state.

The erudite professor stressed that “Enugu is one of the safest states in the country and the safest in the South East,” maintaining that the governor has been proactive in responding to security issues in the state.

The Deputy Chief of Staff, Government House, Enugu, Prof. Okwueze, the Commissioner for Education, Prof. Eze, the Vice Chancellor of ESUT, Prof. Okolie, Prof. Fab Onah, Prof. Lawrence Amazue, Prof. T.C Nzeadibe, Prof. Uche Nnadozie, Prof. Leonard Ugwu, Rev. Fr. Dr. Emeka Ngwoke and Dr. Sam Ugwu were among the leadership of the Faculty of the Social Sciences at the event.

During the visit, a delegation of the ‘UNN Staff Support Group for Gburugburu’ equally applauded Gov. Ugwuanyi for his administration’s transformational programmes in the university town of Nsukka, Enugu North Senatorial District and the state in general.

They unanimously endorsed the governor’s bid to represent Enugu North Senatorial District in the National Assembly on the platform of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP).

The group, comprising academic and non-academic staff of the UNN, also endorsed the PDP governorship candidate in Enugu State, Barr. Peter Ndubuisi Mbah, his running mate, Barr. Ifeanyi Ossai, the party’s candidate for Nsukka/Igbo-Eze South Federal Constituency, Chief. Engr. Vita Abba and the candidate for Nsukka West Constituency, Hon. Amos Amadi Agbo, pledging to mobilise the electorate in the university community to vote for them overwhelmingly at the polls.

Speaking, the Coordinator of the UNN Staff Support Group for Gburugburu, Godwin Okechukwu Asadu, told Gov. Ugwuanyi that the staff are major beneficiaries of his administration’s developmental projects in the university town of Nsukka, which he said are (projects) unprecedented.

Disclosing that “this is the first time the University of Nigeria Nsukka is having a support group for a sitting governor,” the group’s coordinator stressed that Gov. Ugwuanyi deserves their support and votes because of his outstanding achievements, humility, fear of God and peaceful disposition.

They paid glowing tribute to the governor for establishing the State University of Medical and Applied Sciences (SUMAS), Igbo-Eno and attracting the Federal Polytechnic, Ohodo, Igbo-Etiti Local Government Area, stating that the remarkable feats have supported the legacy of the late legendary Dr. Nnamdi Azikiwe, who attracted the UNN to Nsukka town.

In their separate remarks, the group’s Secretary and Publicity Secretary, Mike Ogbobe and Dr. Saint Ngwoke respectively, joined the academicians from the Faculty of the Social Sciences, UNN, in thanking Gov. Ugwuanyi for appointing educationists from the university into sensitive government positions including the principal officers of the SUMAS.

They said that the governor’s decision in that regard has brought so many laurels to Enugu State in the education sector and has equally helped his administration in actualising its policy thrust.

The group reassured Gov. Ugwuanyi that they will rally support for him, Barr. Mbah, Barr. Ossai, Engr. Abba and other PDP candidates in 2023, revealing that they are prepared and committed to actualising their mandate.

In another development, the members of ‘Gburus Committee for Senate’ led by the Chairman, Barr. Kester Kaunda Ekwueme, paid a solidarity visit to Gov. Ugwuanyi at the Government House, Enugu, where they equally declared their support for the governor’s senatorial bid in 2023.

Comprising members from other senatorial districts of Enugu State, the group explained that they are poised to ensure that Gov. Ugwuanyi emerges victorious at the poll, adding that their broad-based outlook is borne out of their conviction that the governor is not only going to represent Enugu North Senatorial District in the National Assembly but also the entire state.

In his address, Barr. Ekwueme informed Gov. Ugwuanyi that “we are here to appreciate you, show our unwavering support for you today, tomorrow and forever and thank you for the good works you are doing for the people of Enugu State,” adding: “Because of your peaceful nature, you have given the people of Enugu State the gift of peace and Enugu is the most peaceful state in Nigeria.

“Your Excellency, you have empowered and transformed the lives of very many ordinary indigenes of Enugu State like no other leader in the state has done before.

“We see the emergence of Dr. Barr. Peter Mbah as the PDP gubernatorial candidate and all other PDP candidates for the 2023 general election as the will of the people, the will of God.

“Your Excellency, you are a great leader and you have redefined the dynamics of Enugu politics. There are lots of high quality infrastructural developments going on in Enugu State but the one that I describe as the game changer that has capacity to level the playing field is the State University of Medical and Applied Sciences (SUMAS), Igbo-Eno.

“You believe in human capital development and that is very fundamental to the growth of any individual and any state and this is why I describe you as a transformational and charismatic leader, a role model any reasonable person would like to be like.

“Your Excellency, the purpose of this committee is to mobilise support for you, campaign for you, have a bond with you, a covenant with you and promise you that we shall do everything humanly possible. I repeat, we shall do everything humanly possible to ensure a landslide victory come 2023 Enugu North Senatorial election. We can’t wait to celebrate the victory.

Lending his voice, the secretary of the group, Francis Onyeke spoke in the same vein, reiterating that Gov. Ugwuanyi has “set a standard with proven leadership track record of some unique project profiles in addition to sustaining the legacies of our past leaders combined with resplendent, sumptuous giant strides and multifaceted monumental tasks cutting across the 17 local government areas of Enugu State that earned you the nickname Mr. Project.”

The group’s patrons, Chief Engr. Abba (the PDP candidate for Nsukka/Igbo-Eze South Federal Constituency) and Dr. Dan. Shere (former Secretary to the State Government); the Chairman of Nsukka LGA, Hon. Barr. Walter Ozioko; and the party’s candidates for Nsukka East and Nsukka West constituencies, Barr. Mrs. Christiana Onah and Hon. Agbo respectively, witnessed the event.
https://guardian.ng/news/unn-lecturers-hail-ugwuanyis-giant-strides-in-education-sector/

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Re: SUMAS: UNN Academicians Hail Gov. Ugwuanyi’s Giant Strides In Education Sector by Lordjiggs09(m): 7:37am On Oct 06
Gburus and ndi oti mkpu (sycophants), na five and six. I thought this academicians are supposed to be on strike, in a struggle to better the University system in Nigeria.
My good guess be say hunger don show them shege banza for house, now they are all out for their pockets. grin grin grin

Meanwhile check my signature for what we do, we've successfully designed, executed and completed many construction projects for our amiable clients. We have equally helped our clients acquire lands in Enugu and beyond. Get on board today and we'll certainly have you satisfied. Ututu oma ezigbo ndi Igbo e ji eje mba.

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Re: SUMAS: UNN Academicians Hail Gov. Ugwuanyi’s Giant Strides In Education Sector by Sogbamlab: 7:37am On Oct 06
I also hail you if na so

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Re: SUMAS: UNN Academicians Hail Gov. Ugwuanyi’s Giant Strides In Education Sector by Mandesz(m): 7:37am On Oct 06
Most of these SE govr performance not bad.

Only in kogi we've tug as a governor, another tug as deputy, and a madman as speaker. How do u expect kogi to compete among comity of states.

Kogi, a case study of Africa backwardness.

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Re: SUMAS: UNN Academicians Hail Gov. Ugwuanyi’s Giant Strides In Education Sector by LAXconfidential(m): 7:37am On Oct 06
The most useless governor in Nigeria

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Re: SUMAS: UNN Academicians Hail Gov. Ugwuanyi’s Giant Strides In Education Sector by Kayyus09(m): 7:38am On Oct 06
That's okay.

Let's handle your document/image editing, formatting, layout... professionally.

Re: SUMAS: UNN Academicians Hail Gov. Ugwuanyi’s Giant Strides In Education Sector by Omahleigh: 7:39am On Oct 06
Nigerians can hail NONSENSE as long as money will come out. This country is almost gone

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Re: SUMAS: UNN Academicians Hail Gov. Ugwuanyi’s Giant Strides In Education Sector by ArinzeAnthony03: 7:39am On Oct 06
Useless people hailing a very useless governor.

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Re: SUMAS: UNN Academicians Hail Gov. Ugwuanyi’s Giant Strides In Education Sector by Privatepart00: 7:39am On Oct 06
Prof Fab Onah the money man himself.
I was specifically searching for his name
Ovoko town have people of good mind


The dualization of the University Road from Mobil fueling station down to the campus gate is a complete rubbish. Of what use is a dualized road that two vehicles can’t pass freely ? If another vehicle breaks down on one lane , the road is non passable again.
Ugwuanyi should have left the road as it was initially.

NB: Gburugburu failed the people of Enugu state, he failed the Nsukka town as a whole . He is in same league with Mbadinuju .

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Re: SUMAS: UNN Academicians Hail Gov. Ugwuanyi’s Giant Strides In Education Sector by Gohitod: 7:41am On Oct 06
Re: SUMAS: UNN Academicians Hail Gov. Ugwuanyi’s Giant Strides In Education Sector by Killington(m): 7:41am On Oct 06
Giant stride but schools are on strike. What giant stride is that

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Re: SUMAS: UNN Academicians Hail Gov. Ugwuanyi’s Giant Strides In Education Sector by Dikaveli(m): 7:42am On Oct 06
2023 should do and come let this man become former governor

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Re: SUMAS: UNN Academicians Hail Gov. Ugwuanyi’s Giant Strides In Education Sector by Trill1(m): 7:42am On Oct 06
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Re: SUMAS: UNN Academicians Hail Gov. Ugwuanyi’s Giant Strides In Education Sector by Trill1(m): 7:42am On Oct 06
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Re: SUMAS: UNN Academicians Hail Gov. Ugwuanyi’s Giant Strides In Education Sector by SpecialAdviser(m): 7:43am On Oct 06
Ugwuanyi is a failure. The whole of Enugu city roads are messed up.

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Re: SUMAS: UNN Academicians Hail Gov. Ugwuanyi’s Giant Strides In Education Sector by frankmoney(m): 7:43am On Oct 06
Lmao the ass licking this man gets ehn

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Re: SUMAS: UNN Academicians Hail Gov. Ugwuanyi’s Giant Strides In Education Sector by realstars: 7:47am On Oct 06
Only PDP Govenors doing good good.
Re: SUMAS: UNN Academicians Hail Gov. Ugwuanyi’s Giant Strides In Education Sector by Hoedogwu(m): 7:48am On Oct 06
frankmoney:
Lmao the ass licking this man gets ehn

He pays for the asslicking. The money this man spends on media whitewashing will be enough to solve water problems in Enugu

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Re: SUMAS: UNN Academicians Hail Gov. Ugwuanyi’s Giant Strides In Education Sector by christejames(m): 7:50am On Oct 06
Do you know the meaning of academician at all?


The content is all about academics but here you are talking about different thing.


Gburugburu is just being fooled and I love it since he has stopped his governance and turned Lion Building into Mecca of sought for every Tom, dick and Harry.
Re: SUMAS: UNN Academicians Hail Gov. Ugwuanyi’s Giant Strides In Education Sector by Ancecoker(m): 7:50am On Oct 06
grin
Re: SUMAS: UNN Academicians Hail Gov. Ugwuanyi’s Giant Strides In Education Sector by Privatepart00: 7:50am On Oct 06
SpecialAdviser:
Ugwuanyi is a failure. The whole of Enugu city roads are messed up.

He failed all round , even in Nsukka the roads are in sorry state .

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Re: SUMAS: UNN Academicians Hail Gov. Ugwuanyi’s Giant Strides In Education Sector by OkpaNsukkaisBae(m): 7:52am On Oct 06
People just dey hail that medical University... I can't wait to travel home & see things with my eyes.
Re: SUMAS: UNN Academicians Hail Gov. Ugwuanyi’s Giant Strides In Education Sector by Iliveforever(m): 7:53am On Oct 06
The way they’re hailing this1, you’ll think it’s everyday he commissions new projects.
Enugu is currently a mess!!

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Re: SUMAS: UNN Academicians Hail Gov. Ugwuanyi’s Giant Strides In Education Sector by Keaton(m): 7:57am On Oct 06
Iliveforever:
The way they’re hailing this1, you’ll think it’s everyday he commissions new projects.
Enugu is currently a mess!!


Enugu wey no get water

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Re: SUMAS: UNN Academicians Hail Gov. Ugwuanyi’s Giant Strides In Education Sector by Keaton(m): 7:57am On Oct 06
OkpaNsukkaisBae:
People just dey hail that medical University... I can't wait to travel home & see things with my eyes.
Re: SUMAS: UNN Academicians Hail Gov. Ugwuanyi’s Giant Strides In Education Sector by OkpaNsukkaisBae(m): 7:57am On Oct 06
Privatepart00:
Of what use is a dualized road that two vehicles can’t pass freely ? If another vehicle breaks down on one lane , the road is non passable again.






That road is a single lane. I'll not count it as a dual carriage road.
Re: SUMAS: UNN Academicians Hail Gov. Ugwuanyi’s Giant Strides In Education Sector by Keaton(m): 7:57am On Oct 06
newnet:
Good governance is what we need now in Nigeria



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Re: SUMAS: UNN Academicians Hail Gov. Ugwuanyi’s Giant Strides In Education Sector by Iliveforever(m): 7:59am On Oct 06
Keaton:


Enugu wey no get water

When I say mess, everything the previous govt has worked to provide including water is in a deep mess as I type this..

This is the worst govt administration this state has had.

He spends money on billboards and praise singers.

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Re: SUMAS: UNN Academicians Hail Gov. Ugwuanyi’s Giant Strides In Education Sector by OblorOblor: 7:59am On Oct 06
Academics, not Academicians in this context. Op take note.

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