Abia State Govt Faces Backlash for Appointing Non-Student to Lead Student Organization, Igniting Calls for Transparency, Genuine Student Representation(document) | #NwokeukwuMascot


Abia State Government Faces Backlash for Sponsoring Non-Student to Lead Student Organization | #NwokeukwuMascot 

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In a surprising turn of events, the Government of Abia State, led by Dr. Alex Otti, has come under scrutiny for sponsoring a non-student, Prince Jacob, to lead the Student Organization. The decision has raised concerns among students and members of the Convention Planning Committee (CPC), who have alleged threats and interference from the government.

The controversy surrounding this issue escalated when Mr. Chinedu Ekeke, the deputy chief of staff, allegedly called and threatened some CPC members and direct the outgoing JCC Chairman Comr. Favour Ogadinma whom they are projecting for an appointment to ensure the inauguration of Prince Jacob as the leader of the Student Organization. The motive behind the government’s insistence on Prince Jacob’s appointment remains unclear.

Critics argue that the government’s actions undermine the principles of student representation and democracy. Many have raised questions about the legitimacy of Prince Jacob’s claim to be a student, particularly after the University and Student Union Government (SUG) confirmed that he had already graduated and convocated. These doubts prompted the formation of a committee to investigate the allegations against Prince Jacob.

Despite the committee’s findings, which proved that Prince Jacob is not a student, the government appears determined to impose him as the leader of the student body. This has left many wondering why the government is not allowing qualified and genuine students to lead themselves.

To support their claims, the students petition/appeal committee brought out documents that prove Prince Jacob’s status as a serving corps member, further discrediting his eligibility to lead the Student Organization.

The controversy surrounding the government’s sponsorship of a non-student to lead the Student Organization has sparked outrage among students and stakeholders. Many are demanding transparency and accountability from the government, urging them to reconsider their decision and allow genuine students to take charge.

As the situation unfolds, it remains to be seen how the government will respond to the mounting criticism and whether they will address the concerns raised by the student community.


  1. As you post this rubbish now in the name of rubbishing the state government, you don happy nah mugu find something meaningful to write about


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