The National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS) on Sunday said that students will go ahead with the planned protest scheduled for Monday, despite the withdrawal of the convener of the protest, Tuface.
The Deputy Coordinator of NANS in the South West, Mr. Saheed Afolabi, who made this known while speaking with newsmen said that the aim is to draw government attention to the suffering of the majority of Nigerians. BUY ON KONGA AT CHEAP PRICE
He said, “We are going ahead with the protest. It is going to be a peaceful protest just to draw the attention of the government to the intense suffering and hunger ravaging the majority of Nigerians as a result of the economic crisis facing Nigeria.
“It is good that Tuface came up with the idea of the peaceful protest but we are going ahead with it even if he decides not to participate in it any longer. There is hunger in the land, it is too much and we the students are the hardest hit by the poor economy.
“Tuface’s case can be likened to the case of a bus conductor, who loads a bus and decides not to travel with it. We will go ahead with the planned protest with our without his ( Tuface) participation,” he added. BUY ON KONGA AT CHEAP PRICE