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July 26, 2021
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Unitech Boycott Awareness

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Unitech student leaders are still appealing for the government, to allow Dr. Albert Schram, to come back into the country.

Some students have gone back to their home Provinces to do awareness and call for support from stakeholders. The tension is still high at the campus after the forced closure of the administration office yesterday.

 

Awareness Chairman, Dicksy Nenge is leading a group of students, to inform the community about the boycott, a task aimed at getting the government to respond in their favour. 

 

Mr Nenge says students from Highlands, were sent back to their home provinces, to get support from stakeholders like members of parliament as well as their parents, to get Dr Albert Schram back.

 

Meanwhile, student leaders have dismissed rumours of police involvement, stating that the protest was peaceful, and they will maintain the boycott peacefully, until Dr. Schram returns.

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