The National Association of Nigerian Students, Zone C, has urged the Federal Government to honor its agreement with the Universities Academic Staff Union to avoid further industrial action.
The association also urged the government to put more emphasis on proper financing of the education sector.
He made the call in a statement issued at the end of his convention/election to elect new leadership to head its activities for a one-year period, held at the College of Agricultural Sciences and Technology, Lafia, Nasarawa State.
The statement, which was signed by the executive members of the statement drafting committee, namely Kayode Adebayo, Muhammed Saba, also urged the federal and state governments to do more in funding security agencies to address security situations. security that currently halt activities in the North. Central and the nation in general.
The statement read in part: “Congress affirmed its commitment, dedication to the NANS fight against all forms of oppression against students on our campuses and called on the Federal Government to immediately honor the agreement with ASUU and pay the professors of appropriate way and in due time. to avoid other actions that ASUU will take that will put academic activities in a quagmire”.
The congress praised the commitment of the actors and leaders of Zone C to always fight for the rights and well-being of students and also for the continuous support that executives receive from them.
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