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JUST IN: NANS Threatens Protest Over Osun Tribunal Judgment Sacking Adeleke, Vows to do the Unthinkable


NANS Zone D Threatens Protest Over Osun Tribunal Judgment Sacking Adeleke

Following the Friday ruling of the Osun State Election Tribunal, which removed Governor Ademola Adeleke from office and declared former Governor Gboyega Oyetola the victor of the July 16, 2022 governorship election, the National Association of Nigerian Students, Zone D, has threatened to demonstrate.

NANS criticized the tribunal’s decision and called it a “miscarriage of justice” in a statement signed by its deputy coordinator, Alao John, and provided to media.


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According to NANS, “it is on record how some leaders of the All Progressives Congress have brazenly boasted federal might that they would win the tribunal case without a shadow of a doubt.”

In Nigeria, it has been noted that the truth frequently cedes to the ‘big men’s’ manipulations.

Additionally, only two of the three judgments that were supposed to be read were, with one supporting the People’s Democratic Party.


However, the South-West student body urged the Osun people to maintain their composure and adhere to the law.

The Campus Monitoring Committee of the Osun State National Association of University Students threatened to demonstrate in response to the tribunal’s decision.

The NANS claimed that the tribunal’s decision was against the wishes of the students in a statement that was obtained on Saturday and was signed by its chairman, Eruobami Ayobami.

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“We want to reaffirm our opposition to anyone or anything that does not promote justice and equity, and we would not think twice about staging a large-scale protest against such an act.

The NANS stated that the state’s union leadership was dedicated to constantly defending students’ rights.


The tribunal’s decision has been met with contradictory reactions. While APC supporters have kept praising the ruling, the PDP has expressed outrage, and Adeleke has vowed to appeal the decision.

Due to excessive voting, the tribunal presided over by Justice Tertse Like canceled elections in 744 polling places.

Then, as it fired Adeleke, it ordered that Oyetola be given the certificate of return.

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