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UDC President Allen Sessoms.
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An investigation by Fox5 found UDC President Allen Sessoms spent thousands of tax-payer dollars on expensive plane tickets, including an $8,000 flight to Egypt that was purchased just three days before he left.

Gray says he's looking for answers.

"Well I think it starts with the question: What was the purpose of the trip in the first place? And then if there's a legitimate purpose associated with the trip, then that's defensible, and then who did the trip pay for?" he says.

UDC is the city's only public university.

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