JUVISU holds congress meeting

The Jos University Visually Impaired Student Union (JUVISU) held her congress meeting on the 21st of November, 2019. This event which took place at the village hostel compound 13 had many people coming out to grace the meeting.
In an opening speech by the president of the union, Mr.Hassan David, he encouraged members of the union to embrace unity among themselves as this will go a long way to strengthen the union and make it achieve its set goals. He further stressed that there have been many challenges that he has faced as the president as well as the union as a whole but through love, sacrifice and determination they had been able to overcome these challenges.
Also speaking at the meeting, the secretary of the union Mr Andrew James, a 300 level student of Special Education call on the members of the electoral committee to be fair in carrying out there obligation in the forthcoming JUVISU election as this will go a long way to ensure that the leaders are elected and the people’s choice respected.
The meeting came to an end with many goodwill messages given and the platform was open for the different aspirants to share their manifestos.
Mr. Isaac Daniel Darohop, a visually impaired student in an interview said they discussed the various challenges they faced in school like the lack of proper materials and ways to solve those problems.
Report and photo by Destiny Ocholi
Edited by JM (3/5)

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