NANS FROWNS AT ASUP PROTEST, WANT POLYTECHNIC EXAMINATIONS TO CONTINUE

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The National Association Of Nigerian Students Ekiti Axis has frown at the protest staged by Academic Staff Union of Polytechnic (ASUP), Federal Polytechnic Ado Axis, hence, the association of Nigeran students want examination of the institution students to continue.

This was made known in a press release duly signed by Ekiti State NANS Chairman, Comrade Olarewaju Olamide Felix earlier this morning, 3rd of March, 2020.

His full text reads:

NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF NIGERIAN STUDENTS
JCC EKITI STATE AXIS.

Date: 03/03/2021

PRESS RELEASE:

FEDPOADO PROTEST SAGA: SECOND SEMESTER EXAMINATION MUST CONTINUE

Our attention has been drawn to the protest staged by the Academic Staff Union of Polytechnic(ASUP), The Federal Polytechnic Ado Ekiti chapter, at the early hours of yesterday which disrupted the ongoing second semester examination.

Meanwhile, as part of our mandate being the apex student body in Ekiti State, we can’t afford a further threat to the future of Nigerian students by this avoidable crisis , despite the prolong academic interruption caused by the pandemic.

After several rounds of consultation with the management and ASUP , it is important to express our resolutions as follows:

1. ASUP should adapt an alternative means of resolving the impasse rather than using examinations, and by extension, the future of the students as basis for negotiation.

2. The management should return to a round table for a peaceful engagement with ASUP within the shortest time possible.

3. While we sue for a lasting peace within the polytechnics community, NANS- JCC, Ekiti State axis, insist that the second semester exams must not be truncated.

4. That students have wasted too long a time to be inflicted with any further delay for which
we will never take lightly. Note:” time wasted can never be regained.

5. These positions were taken in the best interest of the entire polytechnics, and expected to be greeted with a sense of alternative dispute resolution tendency for peace to reign, hence, the need to protect the system from collapsing.

Best regards

DARE to STRUGGLE, DARE to WIN
ALUTA CONTINUA, VICTORIA ASCERTA.

E-Signed:
Com. Olarewaju Olamide Felix
Chairman NANS JCC EKITI State
09033995550

 

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