ESUT Relocation Committee set to meet deadline
January 19, 2006
Barely three weeks to the commencement of actual movement of the Enugu State University of Science and Technology (ESUT) to its permanent site, the committee handling the exercise restated their readiness to meet the target date.

The Chairman of the Committee, Dr. Jude Udenta, gave the assurance while briefing the State Governor, Chimaroke Nnamani, on the level of work done so far in their assignment.

Dr. Udenta, who was accompanied by all the members of the committee, told the Governor that, "work is going on very well and movement is also going on ahead of

According to him, all concerned, including staff and students were eager and ready to move to the permanent site to enjoy the benefits of a brand new university with modern facilities.

The Chairman disclosed that members were divided into sub-committees for effective discharge of their assignments. They include sub-committees on Works, Transport, Hostel Allocation. Welfare, Space Allocation, Community Relations and Security, as well as Logistics.

He used the occasion to thank the Governor for his encouragement and support to ensure the movement exercise was completed successfully.

In his speech, Governor Nnamani thanked members of the committee for the level of achievements recorded so far, adding that he was at the site early in the week to see things for himself.

Governor Nnamani who noted with satisfaction the remarkable changes at the site and the enthusiasm of workers and reminded them that 14th February, 2006 remains the deadline for the movement to the permanent site of the university.

He urged the committee to ensure that at least there faculties and students hostel accommodation were ready before the movement.

In addition, they must ensure that hostel accommodation is allocated to students while all the Principal Officers have to be on ground before the time.

The State Chief Executive announced that four 500 KVA electric power generating sets have been provided to forestall power outage adding that the issue of water supply, security and tarring of the link roads in the university are being taken care of.

He assured them continued government support adding that his administration was committed to the project and will do all that is necessary to ensure that the movement to the permanent site commenced on schedule.


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