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NAUS President Condemns Alleged Shooting Of Students By Security Operatives During Protest

NAUS Association, National Association Of University Students, national president, Comrade Mujaheed Shuaibu, has condemned the alleged victimization of protesting students by Nigerian soldiers in ondo yesterday.

The Nigerian Students has taken up the street to express their grievances over the incessant strike embarked upon by the varsity unions.

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The strike has stirred up different protest from several part of the country as students were found with placards and barricades to charge the federal government and ASUU union to resolute and open back the university.

The Nigerian soldiers yesterday were found dispersing the protesting students with gunshot in ondo state.

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These has stirred up different reaction across the country.

However, the NAUS President in a statement released today condemned the act.

According to him: “NAUS Condemned the shooting of innocent Nigerian university students by Nigerian Army today during the peaceful protest.

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We say NO to the devilish act by the Nigerian Army, if you can’t protect us please don’t harm us we are only trying to protect our future. Enough is Enough..” He said



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