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NANS ENUGU calls all Enugu Students for A massive Peaceful Protest Against ASUU STRIKE

National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS) Enugu Chapter in conjunction with all Enugu SUG as scheduled a peaceful "End Asuu Strike" protest. The invitation was sent to all students by the NANS body and all federal school SUG. The invitation Reads:All Nigerian Varsity Students within and outside Enugu are by this notice invited for a peaceful March against Incessant strike actions on Varsity Education in Nigeria. This is OUR Education and OUR reputation, OUR future is on the line!Education is our right, not a privilege and should remain as such. Date: Thursday 12th May, 2022Time : 9amMeeting Point: UNN First
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No APC primary Election Until you resolve ASUU Strike – NANS Declears

The National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS) says there will be no presidential primaries in Abuja until the federal government and the Academic Staff Union of Universities resolve their differences and call off the strike action. This was made known in a statement issued on Sunday by Sunday Asefon, NANS president. ASUU has been on strike since February 14 due to several unresolved issues — one of which is the union’s insistence on making use of the University Transparency and Accountability Solution (UTAS) as a preferred payment option, instead of the Integrated Payroll and Personnel Information System (IPPIS). Amid the
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ASUU STRIKE: NANS MOBILIZES MEMBERS FOR PROTEST

Sequel to our ultimatum issued to Federal Government and Academic Staff Union of University ASUU to find lasting solution to their face-off for our university to reopen on or before 28th March, 2023.With no hope insight for resumption of academic activities on our campuses, you are by this notice directed to commence immediately. mass mobilization of students to resume their academic activities on the newly created university of street, Abuja.Students are enjoin to come along with their cooking utensils, mantras, mosquito treated net and other needed logistics to make the stay conducive as the protest may last longer than expected
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ASUU Strike: NANS, Students urge FG to resolve crisis with ASUU

The Nigerian students have called on the Federal Government to resolve the lingering crisis with the Academic Staff Union of Universities in order to avoid further delay of academic activities. The leadership of National Association of Nigerian Students Zone B made this demand while speaking to journalists in Asaba, Delta State. The Coordinator, NANS Zone B, comprising of South-South/South-East, Mr Olise Alfred, admonished Federal Government and the leadership of ASUU to find a common ground and resolve all lingering issues for the sake of the Nigerian students. He said, “We are using this opportunity to call on Federal Government to
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Prevent another ASUU strike in 2022 – NANS warns FG

The South West Zone of the National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS) has urged the Federal Government to seize the opportunities provided by the Yuletide break to address all issues involving the Academic Staff Union of Universities to prevent another strike in the new year. In a statement made available to URAMAH MEDIA in Ogun State by Comrade Emmanuel Olatunji, NANS said it was familiar with the genesis of the agreements and disagreement between ASUU and the Federal Government, saying “the government has shown too little or no commitment to the agreement it willingly entered into with the ASUU in
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NANS makes u-turn on initial decision and joins June 12 prostests

National Association of Nigeria Students (NANS) has made a u-turn on its initial decision ordering members to boycott the June 12 nationwide protest.The Osun State chapter of the association joined the nationwide protest in Osogbo, the state capital, on Saturday. Recalled that NANS president, Sunday Asefon, in a statement on Friday suspended its planned June 12 nationwide protest. However, the coalition of civil society in Osun commenced a massive rally against insecurity and unemployment in Nigeria. Meanwhile, supporters of President Muhammadu Buhari who stormed Unity Fountain, Abuja on Saturday morning, were seen fighting over the method of sharing money. According
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Nans Gives Uniben 72 hours to reverse Uniben SUG suspension

National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS) Zone B, yesterday, issued a 72-hour ultimatum to the management of University of Benin, (UNIBEN) to reverse the suspension of the Students Union Government (SUG) executives or face mass protests. In a statement issued in Benin City, Zone B Coordinator of NANS, Comrade Etinyene Friday Offongekpe, expressed concern over the development, insisting that the university authorities should have explored the option of dialogue rather than suspend the SUG executive. He said NANS would not rest on its oars until the issues around the suspension were resolved. “After proper consultation and consideration, the zonal leadership
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