Delegates To Boko Haram: Forward Grievances To Confab

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Delegates representing National Association of Nigerian Students, NANS, at the ongoing national conference have asked Boko Haram members to forward their grievances to relevant committees of the Conference.

They also condemned the abduction of some female students of Government Girls’ Secondary School, Chibok by members of the dreaded sect.

In a statement yesterday, in Abuja, signed by Comrade Clifford Abur, The NANS delegates, called on Nigerians to join hands to secure lives and property through what they called “the neighbourhood watch.”

NANS also advocated the establishment of vigilante club in all universities and other schools to report issues on security to appropriate agencies.

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