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Published On: Sat, May 10th, 2014

Nigerian Students Frown at the Politization of Abduction of Chibok Girls

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LAGOS MAY 10TH (URHOBOTODAY)-The National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS) Zone B, frowned at the politization of the scenario surrounding the recent abduction of the over 200 school Girls in Chibok, Borno by the good for nothing terror group masquerading as Islamic apologist when Islam itself is a religion of Peace.
A statement by the Public Relations Officer (P.R.O.) of the Organization, Comr. Pedro Obi made available to URHOBOTODAY who noted that this is not the best of time for Nigerians said Nigerian must as a matter of urgent public importance separate politics from the activities of Boko Haram if they must make a headway in the fight against the insurgent.
“This is the time for Nigerians of all class to form a concerted synergy and rally round President Goodluck Jonathan and support the Federal Government’s efforts at rescuing the abducted Girls by the Boko Haram insurgent. It should be noted that no individual can win the fight against terrorism, but terrorists cannot succeed when the people are united to fight. Therefore the time for us to be more united is now, as Unity remains the key to this struggle,” the students appealed just as they called on Nigerian students in South-South and South-East to join Nigerian Students all over the World, particularly Borno State Students in prayer in this trying moment.
The students who expressed their sympathy to the parents and relations of the victims and demanded that the girls must be brought back in safe condition said they have launched a media hashtag to be used for the campaign to show their disaffection for the politicization of the Chibok Girls abduction and call for the Girls to be brought back.
They enjoined Nigerians to follow the struggle on Twitter and Facebook using the hashtag #NANSZoneBSaysBringBackOurGirls .

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