Posted: November 16, 2011 in Uncategorized
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The National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS) condemned in totality president Goodluck Jonathan’s administration and mode of administration.

In a statement signed by the association’s president, Comrade Adakole Ochai, the student body has indicated   worry in the manner in which the president handles sensitive national issues which according to them are conducted without recourse to the rule of law and dictates of democracy.

NANS further berated the present anti-corruption stance of Goodluck’s administration; the students also accuse the president of arranging plea bargains for criminals prosecuted in his administration.

“…the assault on the collective sense of Nigerians as a result of massive corruption, misappropriation of funds, plea-bargain deals for criminal elites is still fresh in the minds of the many hope- propelled Nigerians who mandated this administration with their votes, sweat and blood to give good governance and real democracy as promised by Mr. President (GEJ)during his campaign.” It read in part.

The statement further criticized the federal government’s decision to remove fuel subsidy. In their words, they were pained and sad that the government did not see it fit to communicate in clear and concise terms the effects of the removal to the Nigerian people.

In their total condemnation of the Goodluck administration, the students also decried the state of violence threatening to tear certain parts of the nation apart and called on the federal government to come up with a blueprint on security to forestall spread of such violence across the nation.

The students  did not leave the Nigerian Airforce in their lashing, as they totally condemned the violence meted on men of the Federal Road Safety Commission (FRSC) and gentlemen of the press by the Abuja- Gwagwalada road.


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