The Nationwide Affiliation of Nigerian College students has suspended its deliberate June 12 nationwide protest.
The President of NANS President, Sunday Asefon, disclosed this in a press release on Friday morning.
The Assertion titled, ‘NANS Suspends June 12 Protest Over Issues About Security Of Protesters And Concern Of Attainable Hijack By Politicians – Comrade Sunday Asefon’.
In line with Asefon, the deliberate protest was aimed toward decrying the insecurity within the nation, particularly the serial abductions of scholars.
Asefon stated some politicians with a “completely different agenda” have perfected plans to hijack the protest to “ventilate their political beliefs and sentiments”.
He additionally stated the scholars’ physique was not related to the secessionist marketing campaign or the ‘Buhari-must-go’ marketing campaign slated to carry on Saturday by some politicians and activists.
He stated, “Having thought-about the present safety realities and the hazard to the lives of our members in case of doable hijack of the deliberate protest, I in session with all of the buildings of NANS, due to this fact, announce the suspension of our proposed protest for June 12.
“The suspension of the protest is important to keep away from a conflict of curiosity and conflict with safety companies which might be on crimson alert to guard the nation’s infrastructure from safety breaches on the proposed date on account of many different protests slated for the date.