The Nationwide Affiliation of Nigerian College students is at present protesting across the Murtala Muhammed Worldwide Airport, Lagos, in opposition to the extended strike motion by the Educational Employees Union of Universities (ASUU) amid heavy safety.
This was confirmed by the South-West Coordinator of NANS, Adegboye Olatununji, on Monday.
Based on him, some safety businesses had been mobilised to the scene, however the college students remained undaunted.
What NANS is saying about protest
He stated, “They mobilised heavy safety, however we’re undaunted. We’re there on standby.
“As a lot as we welcome the dialogue for Tuesday, we insist that the second section of our motion targetted at shutting down all worldwide airports all through the nation continues. Actually, somebody like Femi Gbajabiamila, the Speaker of the Home of Representatives, also needs to come out to handle the scholars.”
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- NANS had stated that the deliberate assembly of the Speaker of the Home of Representatives with the management of the Educational Employees Union of Universities, won’t cease its Monday protest.
- NANS, in a press release, Sunday, signed by its Nationwide Job Pressure Chairman on #EndASUUStrikeNow, Ojo Raymond, famous that though it welcomed the Speaker’s intervention, its pledge to floor airports within the nation could be executed.
- Gbajabiamila had in a letter signed by the Clerk of the Home of Representatives, Yahaya Danzarta, and addressed to the President of ASUU, Emmanuel Osodeke, expressed his concern over the failed negotiations between the Federal Authorities and the union, asking to fulfill with the union on Tuesday.
- NANS additionally alleged plans to assault its members on the protest scheduled for Monday, saying this may be a violation of their rights to protest.