UI To Be Shut Again?
Following the resumption of the students of the University of Ibadan as announced by its management, the National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS) Oyo Joint campuses have resolved to resume their protest as the management of the Institution is said to have not appropriately resolved the issues that led to the closure. Find the release below;
THE UNIVERSITY OF IBADAN MANAGEMENT TO EXPERIENCE THE NEW DEFINITION OF THIRD "C" OF ALUTA AS THEY HAVE FAILED TO HONOUR THE FIRST AND SECOND "C".
It's no news that a leader that stands aloof to his people is a puppet. The attention of the executive council of National Association of Nigerian Students Joint Campus Committee (NANS JCC), Oyo State was drawn to verdicts of the Students' Disciplinary Committee (SDC) sitting which took place on Wednesday 30th of May, 2016 at the University of Ibadan.
We took the path of calling for redress of the Students' Disciplinary Committee (SDC) with a on Monday 25th of April, 2016. But the management sent students home and called them back after 7 weeks with the issues unattended to.
Till date, the management has refused to bulge. We like to bring to your notice GREATEST NIGERIAN STUDENTS that no sign of redress or reception of our effort is shown. The shun from the management of the University rubbishes our CONSULTATION and giving no room for CONSOLIDATION.
Oyo State NANS JCC is known to be the most ideological, reactive, intelligent, accommodating, progressive, militant and radical axis of students movement in the nation and we are rigid on upholding what we are known for by billions of students that believes in indefatigable actions to make sure students are not unjustly punished, intimidated, oppressed and victimised in all ramifications.
The negligence of our consultation satisfy the popular saying of Human Right Activists "Freedom is not giving willingly by Oppressors, it must be forcefully demanded by the Oppressed, there will be massive lockdown of the school's gate on Monday 20th of June , 2016 by 8am until our demands are met.
Anticipate mobilisation from all tertiary institutions in the Pace Setter.
Nothing shall discourage us.
NANS JCC, Oyo St