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Landlady Renders Students Homeless, National Council of Enugu State Students Calls for Legal Action

—By Eze, Izuchukwu Ochenwari

NACESS NEWS UPDATE: Students Living at Plot 12, Block 7, Independent Layout (Behind Immigration), Enugu, Enugu State Couldn't hold back tears as Landlady Demolishes Roof of the Building Housing about 100 students without court order, nor eviction order.

The attention of the Welfare Director of the National Council of Enugu State Students—NACESS, Comr Enemoh Ikechukwu Chris was drawn to the ruins, show of wickedness, impunity, abuse of tenancy rights and privileges of Enugu State Indegines perpetrated by one Mrs Ngozi Onyeabor.

Below are evidence of the destructions made on the building housing students who were not around as this illegal eviction is carried out.

According to NACESS team led by the Welfare Director, Mrs Ngozi Onyeabor sent some uniformed men who came when some of the students were at home owing to the COVID-19 and lock-down order issued by the state and federal government to demolish the above mentioned house.

As at the time this report is filed, occupants of the demolished house are left to wrath in cold which every resident of Enugu state metropolis passed through on the night July 15, 2020.

Information garnered by the media and publicity team of NACESS has it that this inhumanity was meted on this umuakwukwo Enugu State at exactly 10:20am, July 15, 2020.

NACESS has already alerted the National Human Rights and Crime Control Bureau MP and National Human Rights Commission, Abuja, Corporate Affairs Department for a more adequate legal action through which the Council tends to seek redress on the violation of Enugu State Students tenancy and human rights and as well recover properties and items lost during the wreck on their various apartments.

Recall that the said landlady who must have thought that our members who are currently homeless and are at the mercy of unforeseen circumstances which might befall this night are less humans, hence, deserve no single rights. Hence, the impunity at which her unknown men in police uniformed through students properties of students.

It should also be recorded that the rain that fell with reckless abandon had little or no pity on the properties the students. Hence, most of the students' properties have been destroyed by the rain.

NACESS call on human rights organizations to come for the rescue of their fellow students. We maintains that the students occupying most of the rooms were not around as at when the demolition was carried out and that due process was not followed.


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