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INSIDE THE SRC: SIXTH SESSION OF THE SUG STUDENT'S REPRESENTATIVE COUNCIL(SRC) UNIZIK





The session began of the 24th house of the Sttudent Representative Council(SRC) of the Student Union  Government, Nnamdi Azikiwe University,Awka began at exactly 5pm, with the opening prayers , followed by the Unizik Anthem.

Rt.Hon Uchechukwu Okwuuchukwu,Speaker SUG,NAU


The minutes of the last meeting were read out; the activities for the day's meeting was shared amongst the honourable members of the house.

The Speaker informed the house of the SUG clinic to be held on Tuesday 23rd of May, he empahsized on its imporatnce, he also informed the house of a courtesy visit to the Dean of Student Affairs on Wednesday 24th of May, he further stated that all arms of the student's government will be in attendance.
Hon.Emmanuella Nnodim,Deputy Speaker of the 24th House
                                                                                                                       

 There were several deliberations and questions as to the true course of the clinic, the speaker clarified the situation by presenting the course of event on that day.

Hon. Muna made an appeal to hold an initial meeting with the Dean before the clinic, Hon. Somto representing School of Pharmacy, 300 Level constituency moved a motion to reschedule the courtesy visit to the Dean to Monday 22nd of May 2017.

The Speaker revealed the list of appointees recommended by the Executive council, he scheduled a date to screen the appointees. The Speaker inquired about the state of the Union's account, Hon. Micheal replied that the statement of account be provided by either of the signatories to the account. The House agreed to summon the Financial Secretary through the Committee of Finance.

Hon. Chiemerie Umeh,Majority leader


Hon. Micheal moved a motion on the reduction of transport fare within the school premises from #40 to #30, Hon. Chiemerie was in hand to second the motion, The Speaker inquired of its acceptance, and the I's echoed in the room, the motion was accepted by the House.
Hon Michael Oragwa,Chairman, Ethics&Priviliges Committee



Hon. Muna countered the motion by emphasizing the need to meet with several actors before finally making it a bill.
Hon.Okoli Muna Francis representing Pharmacy Constituency.


The Speaker clearly poised that the motion was accepted to help the students move within the school without facing transport cost flares, he continued by saying that such motions are made for the greater good of the students which the house represents. 

A motion was moved for the adjournment of the house, the deputy speaker second the motion. The day's session came to an end  with  the closing prayers by the Chief Clerk.


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1 comment:

  1. THE OUTCOME OF THE MEETING WAS AWESOME. HOPING TO SEE THE EFFECTS SOON...
    #2017ABSAUNIZIKPRO

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