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Sunday, 21 May 2017

SENATE PLENARY 20-05-17

THE SENATE
STUDENTS' UNION GOVERNMENT
UNIVERSITY OF NIGERIA

UPDATE ON THE SENATE PLENARY HELD ON THE 20TH OF MAY, 2017, AT 3RD YEAR PHARMACY CLASS UNIVERSITY OF NIGERIA, NSUKKA CAMPUS.

Greetings Great Lions and Lionesses!

The plenary kicked off at about 12:00am. The minutes of the last Senate Plenary was read by the Clerk of the Senate house; Dist. Sen. Ayogu Anthony and Seconded by Dist. Sen. Izuchukwu, Fortunatus after which  the Senate House swiftly proceeded to act
on its Agenda for the day as presided by the Senate President; Dist. Sen. Asogwa, Izuchukwu.

Firstly, the Nominated justices from UNN and UNEC were ratified and approved by the members of the Senate House on the basis that the appointees have a credible sense of judgement and satisfied the provisions of the Constitution(Section 53, 54 and 55).  The members of the Senate interrogated the appointees according to the SUG 2016 constitution(Section 55 sub-section 2 and 3), heard and noted the responses of the appointees after which an Ad hoc Committee was set by the Senate President to investigate on the status and personality of the appointees, with Dist. Sen. Ugwoke, Ikenna as the Chairman of the Ad hoc committee.
The committee conducted a thorough investigation and after enormous deliberations the Senate House approved the appointees as Justices for the Students Union Government, University of Nigeria.
The ratified Justices of the Students Union Government, University of Nigeria Court of Appeal from UNEC, For the 2017/2018 session are; 
Ms. Igwebuike, Nkechi Glory,
Mr. Oti, Kingsley Udoka,
Mr. Omeje, Charles Ikem,
Ms. Ikweagu, Chioma,
Mr. Asogwa, Ifeanyi Paul,
Mr. Nwodo, Christian.
Also, the Clerk and the Registrar for the Appeal Court were ratified on the basis that the appointees have a credible sense of judgement and satisfied the provisions of the Constitution (Section 53, 54 and 55).
The ratified Clerk and Registrar of the Students Union Government, University of Nigeria Appeal Court for the 2017/2018 session are; 
Mr. Okolie, Victor and 
Ms. Okoko, Precious respectively. 

In a bid to enhance Credibility, Transparency and also bridge the communication gap between Students and the Senate , the Senate House approved the Consolidation of the Senate Radio program as presented by the Senate Committee on Information, Media and Publicity. This resolution is targeted at enhancing the relationship between the Senate and Students by ensuring that all the complaints, suggestions, and observations of the students of the University of Nigeria gets to the Senate as soon as possible with a minimal level of stress on the students, thus ensuring that the care and Welfare of the students is not compromised. Details about the time and date for the commencement of the Radio program would be communicated to the general public as soon as possible.
The House also considered other ways of enhancing the relationship between the Senate and students and thus approved for the use of Sound systems, Speakers and other musical instruments as a medium of interacting with UNEC students since the campus lacks a local Radio station.

 In enormous passion, a motion for the senate to raise a delegation of some senators and the Director of Transport, UNEC to the Associate Dean Student Affairs and Deputy Chief Security officer to negotiate and ensure that UNEC shuttles stop students at UNEC gate to disembark, before going back inside the School shuttle park to load their vehicles. The motion was moved by Dist. Sen. Onah, Tochukwu  and was seconded by Dist. Sen. Ubechu Samuel. The House swiftly deliberated on the issue, accepted and approved the motion.
With no sense of fatigue, the Senate House intended to proceed with other businesses of the day especially the two Bills concerning Hostel utilisation and Optional retainment as proposed by Dist. Sen. Udechukwu, Somtochukwu and Dist. Sen. Onah Tochukwu respectively, however the time was already 05:56pm, hence the Second Reading of these bills was postponed to the next sitting. We therefore still heartily appeal, that you forward your observations, questions, complaints and other comments concerning this Bills.

Lastly, Motions, proposals and other resolutions were moved by the House for a smooth regulation of the Senate's procedures and processes after which a motion for adjournment was moved by Dist. Sen. Onah, Tochukwu and Seconded by Dist. Sen. Assor Emmanuel .So the Senate Plenary ended at exactly 06:01 PM.

Dear Lions and Lionesses please note that the Senate operates on a system of democracy , the government of the students, by the students and for the students!

ON THIS NOTE, THE SENATE WISHES TO HEAR/GET THE OPINIONS OF LIONS AND LIONESSES WITH REGARD TO HER RECENT PROCEEDINGS AND RESOLUTIONS.

We also wish to appreciate all the Students, Honorables, Executives and other dignitaries that were present in today's Plenary; Your presence has indeed made notable impact to the Senate house, and we assure you all that your comments, suggestions and complaints are well noted and shall be duly acted upon.

For more enquiries contact the Committee of Information, Media and Publicity via:

Sen. Abdullahi,Abubakar  Sadiq Nnamdi (08137501119) 

Sen. Andrew Chioma Beauty(08130791800)

Sen. Chukwuebuka, Umunnakwe ( ‎08133072986)

Sen. Ifeanyi Flawless( 08110834056)

Sen. Ubechu Samuel( 07062363448)

Long live the Senate!
Long live Students' Union Government!
Long live University of Nigeria!

SIGNED
Dist. Sen. Izuchukwu Asogwa
President of the Senate
Contact: 07062212936

Dist. Sen. Ewa Timothy Obinna
Deputy President of the Senate
Contact: 08164623496

Dist. Sen. Abdullahi, Abubakar Sadiq Nnamdi
Chairman, Senate Committee on Information, Media and Publicity
Contact: 08137501119

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