UHAS Students Attacked at the Sokode Hall: In the face of an escalating insecurity on campus, Pius Bryanh Lugudor, the Federal SRC President Hopeful, the UHAS TESCON and concern students have united in a resounding call to action.
Their message is clear: the safety and well-being of every student are of paramount importance, and immediate measures must be taken to address this alarming situation.
What is happening?
In a troubling turn of events on Monday, October 9th, 2023, a distressing incident unfolded at the SOKODE HALL, where four students fell victim to a harrowing robbery.
Of these unfortunate students, two were physically harmed during the attack. This incident marks a disturbing trend that has left the University of Health and Allied Sciences (UHAS) community deeply concerned.
A call by Pius Bryanh
Pius Bryanh Lugudor and his team have swiftly initiated efforts to address this pressing issue. They are arranging an emergency meeting with the Hall tutor and the Dean of Students to discuss and demand immediate security enhancements on campus.
The expectation is that tangible security measures will be put in place as soon as possible to ensure the safety of all students.
In the event that concrete emergency measures are not promptly implemented, the concerned students warn that they will be left with no choice but to turn to the media and resort to more radical measures to draw attention to this issue. Their determination to secure the well-being of students and eliminate this unacceptable threat is unwavering.
UHAS TESCON added their voice
UHAS TESCON, in solidarity with other student associations, calls for unity and collective action. They urge all students to come together in a powerful display of solidarity.
Students are encouraged to wear red and black attire as a symbol of empathy for the affected students and as a sign of support for the coalition of concerned students and student associations committed to fighting for improved security measures on campus.
Together, the students of UHAS believe they can bring about positive change. They are channeling their empathy and energy into advocating for a safer campus environment. This collective effort demonstrates their unwavering commitment to ensuring that UHAS remains a secure and nurturing place for all.
The incident on October 9th serves as a stark reminder that the safety and security of every student must be a top priority. As students stand united, they send a clear message that they will not rest until tangible measures are in place to safeguard their campus. It is a call for action, unity, and a safer future for all within the UHAS community.