From Okwe Obi, Abuja

Some indigenes of Karu Community in Nasarawa State, has insisted that the Management of Bingham University, Karu, must give them their dues by appointing their people into key management positions.

Recall that a Coalition for Peace and Justice in Nigeria (CPJN), had carpeted the locals for wanting their kinsmen to be key decision makers in the university management board, reminding them the institution was not established as a ethnic group.

But the Spokesperson of Karu Youths, Gaza Mark Auta, in a rejoinder, titled: ‘Addressing Misrepresentation and Demands for Transparency at Bingham University,’ yesterday, said the community would not be treated with levity and be cheated.

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Auta insisted that justice and transparency must prevail, adding that no amount of blackmail and intimidation would deter them from demanding their entitlements.

He said: “The youths are determined to have their demands met and will not rest until justice and fairness are achieved. Bingham University should remember the consequences faced by Karl Kum University when their certificate was withdrawn due to similar disputes.

“It is evident that a small clique within the university’s management is attempting to monopolize the Registrar position, potentially to conceal the injustice going on their even though a Christian school.

“We call on the owners of the University to investigate these allegations thoroughly and ensure that transparency and fairness prevail.
The community demands transparency, fairness, and justice.

“Addressing these issues directly will foster a better relationship between the university and its host community, ensuring peace and progress for all parties involved rather than engaging in negative commentary and ungodly propaganda.”

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