NANS ZONE D condemns the *”#Asefon Must Go”* *protest and calls for an immediate halt to this perilous act.

The National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS) ZONE D is deeply concerned about the recent protest that erupted outside the Office of the Secretary General of the Federation.

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The protest, tagged *”#Asefon Must Go,”* is a blatant attempt to undermine the authority and legitimacy of our democratically elected president, Comr. Lucky. We strongly condemn this protest and call for an immediate halt to this perilous act.

The protest has been instigated by individuals who are determined to undermine the progress and development of our union. They have chosen to exploit legitimate concerns and grievances for their own personal gain.

As the Zone D arm of NANS, we remain committed to supporting the leadership of Comr. Lucky. We call on all students to unite behind our president and resist attempts to divide us. We must not allow ourselves to be manipulated by those who are seeking to exploit our differences for their own selfish ends.

We also call on the Office of the Secretary General of the Federation and other relevant stakeholders to work closely with the leadership of NANS to address the concerns and grievances of students. We must all come together to chart a way forward that will ensure the long-term prosperity and development of our nation.

This perilous act, which seeks to undermine the authority of our democratically elected president, cannot be allowed to succeed. We call on all Nigerians to unite behind our student leaders and resist attempts to divide us. We must all work together to build a brighter future for our country.

The leadership of NANS will continue to stand up for the rights and interests of Nigerian students. We will not be intimidated or silenced by those who seek to undermine our unity and progress. We remain committed to building a better future for all Nigerians, and we call on all students to join us in this struggle.

It is important to note that NANS Zone D passed a resounding vote of confidence in Comr. Sunday Asefon, the Senior Special Assistant (SSA) to the President on Student Affairs. We have no doubt that his brief tenure in office has been marked by exemplary leadership, remarkable innovation, and unparalleled dedication to student engagement.

Comr. Asefon’s tenure has brought unprecedented levels of attention and support to the challenges faced by Nigerian students.

It is evident that his work has greatly strengthened the relationship between the federal government and student bodies across Nigeria. His interventions have led to the implementation of policies that have improved the quality of education and welfare of students in our tertiary institutions.

His efforts have not gone unnoticed, as he has earned the respect and admiration of students and stakeholders alike. We believe that Comr. Asefon’s tenure has set a new standard for the SSA office, and we remain confident that he will continue to excel in this role.

NANS Zone D stands with Comr. Asefon and affirms our commitment to supporting his efforts to advance the interests of Nigerian students. We commend him for his dedication and hard work, and we are proud to have him as our representative in the federal government.

We also call on all stakeholders to rally behind Comr. Asefon and resist attempts to undermine his leadership and the progress he has made. We must remain united in our resolve to support the advancement of Nigerian students, and we will continue to work tirelessly to achieve this goal.

NANS Zone D remains fully committed to the leadership of Comr. Sunday Asefon, and we will not tolerate any attempt to discredit his achievements or undermine his authority. We will continue to work closely with him and other stakeholders to ensure that the concerns of Nigerian students are addressed and their needs are met.

We also appeal to all Nigerians, particularly students and youths, to remain calm and refrain from engaging in protests that could lead to violence or destruction of property. We must instead channel our energy into constructive dialogue and collaboration to find lasting solutions to the challenges we face.

In conclusion, the *”#Asefon Must Go”* protest is a dangerous and misguided attempt to undermine the leadership of NANS and the progress of our union. We condemn this protest and call on all Nigerians to stand up for our democratic principles and resist attempts to divide us.

We will continue to fight for the rights and interests of Nigerian students, and we will not be silenced or intimidated by those who seek to undermine our unity and progress. We urge all Nigerians to join us in this struggle and help build a better future for our country.

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