IMT SUG Information blast IMT Alumna Comrade says they are burial coordinator over KEKE’s burial

IMT SUG Information blast IMT Alumna Comrade says they are burial coordinator over KEKE’s burial

Following the death of Ejike popularly known as KEKE who is student of Institute of Management and Technology IMT Enugu department of Computer Science that died during the EndSARS palliative riots.

KEKE’s death attracted a lot of Comrade’s especially in IMT Enugu both past and present were gathered on Friday 28th of November the final burial of KEKE.

Meanwhile, the IMT SUG minister of information Odoh Jeremiah as reacted to the massive turnout of past IMT SUG comrade tag themselves as Alumna Comrades.

According to Odoh Jeremiah statement on his social media handle, he said, Enugu State youth leader and other past SUG president of IMT Enugu use Ejike’s death to play politics. Jeremiah said, they are busy advertising Gburugburu instead of focusing on the purpose of the gathering on the burial.

Some past SUG president of IMT Enugu still want to remain relevant in the institute in anything that happens my dear don’t die ooo, they are there for their personal own interests.

Odoh Jeremiah expressed dissatisfaction has one of said comrade, told Ejike’s elder brother to let food reach everybody perhaps she knew how much governor spent in making sure Ejike’s funeral is befitting. At this point Ejike’s bother got annoyed and responded “let me kill your brother conduct befitting”

Our SUG president Anichukwu Ugochukwu wasn’t given opportunity to address his students, some past SUG president hijacked everything and keep advising the students to be careful of what they post online.

See full statement below


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Obisike Jasky
Obisike Jasky
1 year ago

Politics everywhere…

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