Students Group Sympathizes With Family of Owo Victims, Blames FG

Students leaders and stakeholders under the umbrella of TEAM ELVIS FOR NANS NATIONAL has condemned in totality the recent massacre that happened at a Catholic Church in Owo, Ondo state. 

It would be recalled that the unfortunate incidence which claimed numerous lives and left many injured casualties can be blamed on the lack of good security and intelligence architecture of the country. 

The team while addressing journalists in Abeokuta, the Ogun State capital, sympathized with the affected victims of the massacre, their family members, residents and indigene of Owo town and Ondo state as a whole.

Comrade Elvis an aspirant at the NANS National Level who spoke on behalf of the team stated that the unfortunate incidents affected some of the members of NANS. 

According to him "From the report we got, some victims of the massacre are Students, majorly students of various Universities across the country. Some lost their lives while others are severely injured" 

The involvement of this Students in the incidence can be blamed on the lingering industrial action between the Federal government and ASUU. Majority of our members that were affected are supposed to be at their various citadel of learning but were brought home due to the closure of University ochestrated by the ongoing ASUU strike.

We use this medium to appeal to the Federal government and ASUU to call off the 4 months strike and come up with a lasting solution to the industrial action, as it has always been Nigerian Students bearing the brunt of their actions which has affected us in numerous ways which include the recent massacre.

He also encouraged all state governor's, and security agents in various states to ensure the entry and exit borders to their respective states are provided with the neccesary security apparatus to ensure the security of lives and properties people in their state, as this is part of their constitutional responsibility - Ekundina concluded.

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