U of K Inspects Damages and Losses

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Khartoum, June 19 (SUNA) The Chancellor of the University of Khartoum Prof. Ahmed Mohammed Suleiman has reviewed a vedio report on the aggression and destruction that hit a number of faculties and units of the university at a meeting held yesterday, Tuesday, at the Scientific Affairs Meeting Hall under the chairmanship of the Chairman of the university’s Board of Director, Makawi Mohamed Awad, the university’s undersecretary, Dr. Ali Ahmed, the rapporteur of the board, and members from within and outside the university.

The Director of Media and Public Relations Department and official spokesman of the university, Dr. Abdul Malik Al- Naeem Ahmed, noted to SUNA that the members of the meeting have condemned the events and the damages and losses of the university, and discussed how to rebuild the the destruction.

The chairman of the Chamber of Commerce of the Union of Sudanese Buisnessmen, eng. Yousuf Ahmed Yousef, said that the Union has raised the moto of reconstruction of the university as one of its programs for the next stage.
The council has commended the efforts of the university’s administration and its follow-up to the events and procedures that took place during the past period, stressing the continuation of the fact-finding committee formed by the university.

He praised the initiative of the Businessmen Union for the reconstruction of the university, lauding the role of the students who stood with the university administration to preserve its property.

The council has called for taking the necessary measures and precautions to secure the university's property, commending committee of Prof. Abdul Malik Mohamed Abdul Rahman for introducing an initiative for the solution of the country’s problems via the university’s political forum, proposing its expandition by adding new members according to university’s chancellor’s estimations, and to hold meeting with the Chairman and members of the Transitional Military Council.
The council has indicated the importance of documenting all that has happened, and continuing the universitys call all the community segments, stressing the need to continue the efforts being made to restore the University former status.