By Maliki Duro, Abuja.
Comr. Danielson Bamidele Akpan, Gcns, Global President of the National Association of Nigeria Students. Address the pree men in Abuja, 3rd October 2019. After three months of darkness, students of the Federal University, Oye-Ekiti stage protest against Benin Electricity Distribution Company, The disco in that area.
Danielson, said the students mobilized themselves and gathered at the Ifaki Ikole Omuo highway to draw attention to their plight with presence of police officers from divisions under police command, Ekiti State. On September 9th 2019.
He, noted that the protest ended peacefully around noon and the students dispersed, thereafter the convoy of the Wife of Ekiti state Governor Erelu Bisi Fayemi, drove into town and were received by jubilant party members, motorcycle riders and community leaders of program scheduled to attend in Oye-Ekiti.
Danielson said, the security team attached to Erelu Bisi Fayemi has been copiously briefed on the protest embarked upon by the students necessitate the delay for 2hours. For this the CSO to the state Government invited the student Union President of FUOYE for dialog.
Honouring the invitation, facilitated a military personnel (attached to a military check point), an armed counter Territorim unit officer, attached to the Wife of the Governor of Ekiti state approached with a slap and assaulted the student Union president, which lead to violence in the community. And the lost of life of Mr Kehinde Dada at the spot, why Joseph Okonofua was rushed to the hospital but later die, why others where injured.
He, Damand the immediate released of CTU officers attached to the wife of Ekiti state Governor for prosecution in accordance to the law, he added that at list 2 members of the family of the deceased should be employed in the state civil service.
That the police authorities should ban the wife of Ekiti state Governor, Erelu Bisi Fayemi and her spouse from entering, attending or participating I’m any activities on any campus of any Tertiary institutions in Nigeria pending the resolution of all issues in contention.