Consult Yoruba leaders, Don't Set South-West On Fire NANS Tells Igboho

 Consult Yoruba leaders, Don't Set South-West On Fire NANS Tells Igboho

The National Association of Nigeria Students (NANS), Ogun State chapter  has called on the Yoruba human right activist,  Sunday Adeyemo popularly known as Sunday Igboho to consult Yoruba leaders, stakeholders in the quest to ensure lasting peace in Yoruba land. 

The Chairman of NANS Comrade Damilola Simeon popularly known as Daosmos said the association understand igboho's move and efforts, urging him to meet with Afenifere and other stakeholders. 

Comrade Damilola disclosed this during a press conference on Tuesday at iIwe-iIroyin Abeokuta. 

He said " we therefore urge him to liaise with the appropriate authorities to avoid a major disaster. 

"We strongly advised politicians and other office holders who are hell bent on causing disarray within the students constituency to steer clear or be ready to meet their Waterloo " he said. 

The Chairman also urged the state governor,  Prince Dapo Abiodun to consider all herdsmen within the borders of Ogun state, ban open grazing and fastrack the inauguration of the Amotekun Corps in other to further combat insecurity around campuses.

He added that the state government should increase subventions for the running of activities of State-owned Schools so as not for schools to over burden the students with extra charges.

"The government must come to the rescue of schools by releasing more funds for them to enable them run adequately "

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