NANS Presidency: Not Worth The Lives Of Nigerian Students


Urges Co-contenders to Sheathe Their Swords…

The leading National Association of Nigerian Students () presidential candidate, Comr. Rioborue Deniran (Alias BigFish), has declared that the NANS presidency is not worth the lives of any Nigerian student.

He made this statement a few minutes ago at the Old Parade Ground in Abuja, the venue for the ongoing NANS national convention.


Deniran urged fellow contestants to sheathe their swords for the sake of peace, unity, humanity, and the overall interests of Nigerian students.


Expressing his disapproval of the level of thuggery, hooliganism, and undue interference from external forces, he cautioned troublemakers to stay clear of the process, warning that they would face the long arm of the law if they didn’t.

Furthermore, he emphasized that since all three leading contenders for the presidency seat hail from Delta State, it is only proper for them to embrace brotherly love and allow it to reign supreme. He called for calm among his supporters and all Nigerian students, both at home and in the diaspora.


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The 27-year-old NANS presidential candidate, Comrade Rioborue Deniran, hailing from Kokori in Delta State, is the immediate past president of the Delta State Polytechnic Ozoro. He has tagged his manifesto as “RENEWED NANS,” promising to restore NANS to its rightful place on campuses. He also pledged to establish an annual NANS educational journal and expand the executive council to include three student union presidents per zone, along with all state student bodies, including JCC and zonal structures.

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