UNN SUG President Addresses the Issue of Insecurity on Campus

In a recent address to the student body, the SUG President acknowledged the unsettling incidents and reassured students that their safety remains a top priority for the university administration and the SUG.

UNN SUG President Addresses the Issue of Insecurity on Campus

The President of the Students' Union Government (SUG) at the University of Nigeria, Nsukka (UNN), Utazi Enoch Chukwuebuka, has stepped forward to address growing concerns regarding campus security following recent incidents of theft and harassment.

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In a recent address to the student body, the SUG President acknowledged the unsettling incidents and reassured students that their safety remains a top priority for the university administration and the SUG. He outlined a series of proactive measures aimed at enhancing security across the campus.

"Recent incidents of theft and harassment have understandably raised concerns among our students. I want to assure you all that we are taking these matters very seriously," stated the SUG President in his address.

Among the measures announced are increased patrols by security personnel throughout the campus, particularly in vulnerable areas. The installation of better lighting in dark spots on campus is also planned to improve visibility and deter potential criminal activities during nighttime.

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In addition to physical security enhancements, the SUG President highlighted the introduction of emergency helplines that students can use to report incidents promptly. He emphasized the importance of immediate response to any security concerns raised by students.

"Education and awareness are crucial in ensuring the safety of our community. We will be launching security awareness programs to educate students on personal safety measures and how to effectively utilize the resources available," added the SUG President.

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Furthermore, the SUG President stressed the significance of cooperation between students, faculty, and security agencies in maintaining a secure environment. He encouraged students to remain vigilant and proactive in ensuring their own safety while also supporting the efforts of campus security personnel.