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  •   Governor Muhammad Abubakar Governor Muhammad Abubakar of Jigawa has promised to support the new leadership of the National Association of Nigerian Students S Abubakar also said his fellow state governors were working with the federal government to pay members of the Academic Staff Union of Universities ASUU their back wages He said this at the inauguration of the National Executive Council of the National Association of Nigerian Students S for 2022 2023 in Abuja on Thursday He said governors were considering using legal ways to resolve ASUU s challenges so academic activities could continue smoothly at the nation s universities He congratulated current S President Usman Barambu and his executives on a well deserved victory and called on them to build on the successes of their predecessors He promised to support the welfare of the association for the betterment of Nigerian students We have already started and we are going to get to the bottom of it and we pray that this is resolved and we pray that there is not another strike because the students have suffered enough and I am sure that the president knows it So we are looking for legal ways to finalize the salary payment I assure you that together with the 36 governors we will support you and make sure things get better for the betterment of students The election is a difficult task and we must do it with the fear of God and I know that Barambu will lead this organization with the fear of God and I know that with his Exco he will have a wonderful future I will be with you in difficult times I will guide you I will support you and I will open other doors for you and I will do everything possible to grow this partnership that will continue to be the solid foundation for development he said she said Abubakar praised the former president Sunday Asefon for his leadership role in unifying the association and called on the new president to build on his successes He also thanked the factional leader of the association for coming to support the new president as well as for believing in the unity of the association For his part the president of the association Usman Barambu promised to ensure the strengthening of students so that they have sufficient leadership skills Barambu also gave the assurance of an inclusive government saying that the interest of students will continue to be a priority during his term What I have today is a responsibility to lead and build on what my predecessors have done and I have accepted it with the promise to continue the course of Nigerian students in general with full commitment to higher heights With a level of support and solidarity I was grateful from students senior comrades and stakeholders not only in my emergence as the leader of the new executives but also in making our inauguration a great success I have no choice but to declare my loyalty and absolute commitment without compromise to the hopes aspirations interests and vision of our students It is in this light that I accept the challenges of leadership and with our collective effort we will lead our beloved organization back to its past and lost glories he said He therefore announced some members of his cabinet while running the affairs of the association He mentioned Usman Ayuba as his Chief of Staff Jonah Danladi as his General Director Administration and Fice and Pedro Obi as President of his Advisory Council Likewise the president of Natives and Promotion of Peace among S Olalekan Smart thanked the interested parties for their role in resolving the gap in the association S was not lost He said that all the dispute resolution mechanisms were activated and to the glory of God all the aggrieved parties came to the table and a new cause was defended He said the association is committed to running an all inclusive government of S in which the full well being of all Nigerian students both at home and in the diaspora is of paramount concern The highlight of the event was the inauguration of the position of the association edited Source Credit NAN
    Gov. Abubakar pledges support for S
      Governor Muhammad Abubakar Governor Muhammad Abubakar of Jigawa has promised to support the new leadership of the National Association of Nigerian Students S Abubakar also said his fellow state governors were working with the federal government to pay members of the Academic Staff Union of Universities ASUU their back wages He said this at the inauguration of the National Executive Council of the National Association of Nigerian Students S for 2022 2023 in Abuja on Thursday He said governors were considering using legal ways to resolve ASUU s challenges so academic activities could continue smoothly at the nation s universities He congratulated current S President Usman Barambu and his executives on a well deserved victory and called on them to build on the successes of their predecessors He promised to support the welfare of the association for the betterment of Nigerian students We have already started and we are going to get to the bottom of it and we pray that this is resolved and we pray that there is not another strike because the students have suffered enough and I am sure that the president knows it So we are looking for legal ways to finalize the salary payment I assure you that together with the 36 governors we will support you and make sure things get better for the betterment of students The election is a difficult task and we must do it with the fear of God and I know that Barambu will lead this organization with the fear of God and I know that with his Exco he will have a wonderful future I will be with you in difficult times I will guide you I will support you and I will open other doors for you and I will do everything possible to grow this partnership that will continue to be the solid foundation for development he said she said Abubakar praised the former president Sunday Asefon for his leadership role in unifying the association and called on the new president to build on his successes He also thanked the factional leader of the association for coming to support the new president as well as for believing in the unity of the association For his part the president of the association Usman Barambu promised to ensure the strengthening of students so that they have sufficient leadership skills Barambu also gave the assurance of an inclusive government saying that the interest of students will continue to be a priority during his term What I have today is a responsibility to lead and build on what my predecessors have done and I have accepted it with the promise to continue the course of Nigerian students in general with full commitment to higher heights With a level of support and solidarity I was grateful from students senior comrades and stakeholders not only in my emergence as the leader of the new executives but also in making our inauguration a great success I have no choice but to declare my loyalty and absolute commitment without compromise to the hopes aspirations interests and vision of our students It is in this light that I accept the challenges of leadership and with our collective effort we will lead our beloved organization back to its past and lost glories he said He therefore announced some members of his cabinet while running the affairs of the association He mentioned Usman Ayuba as his Chief of Staff Jonah Danladi as his General Director Administration and Fice and Pedro Obi as President of his Advisory Council Likewise the president of Natives and Promotion of Peace among S Olalekan Smart thanked the interested parties for their role in resolving the gap in the association S was not lost He said that all the dispute resolution mechanisms were activated and to the glory of God all the aggrieved parties came to the table and a new cause was defended He said the association is committed to running an all inclusive government of S in which the full well being of all Nigerian students both at home and in the diaspora is of paramount concern The highlight of the event was the inauguration of the position of the association edited Source Credit NAN
    Gov. Abubakar pledges support for S
    Education2 weeks ago

    Gov. Abubakar pledges support for S

    Governor Muhammad Abubakar

    Governor Muhammad Abubakar of Jigawa has promised to support the new leadership of the National Association of Nigerian Students (S).

    Abubakar also said his fellow state governors were working with the federal government to pay members of the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) their back wages.

    He said this at the inauguration of the National Executive Council of the National Association of Nigerian Students (S) for 2022/2023 in Abuja on Thursday.

    He said governors were considering using legal ways to resolve ASUU's challenges so academic activities could continue smoothly at the nation's universities.

    He congratulated current S President Usman Barambu and his executives on a well-deserved victory and called on them to build on the successes of their predecessors.

    He promised to support the welfare of the association for the betterment of Nigerian students.

    “We have already started and we are going to get to the bottom of it and we pray that this is resolved and we pray that there is not another strike because the students have suffered enough and I am sure that the president knows it.

    “So, we are looking for legal ways to finalize the salary payment. I assure you that together with the 36 governors we will support you and make sure things get better for the betterment of students.

    “The election is a difficult task and we must do it with the fear of God and I know that Barambu will lead this organization with the fear of God and I know that with his Exco he will have a wonderful future.

    "I will be with you in difficult times, I will guide you, I will support you and I will open other doors for you and I will do everything possible to grow this partnership that will continue to be the solid foundation for development," he said. she said.

    Abubakar praised the former president, Sunday Asefon, for his leadership role in unifying the association and called on the new president to build on his successes.

    He also thanked the factional leader of the association for coming to support the new president as well as for believing in the unity of the association.

    For his part, the president of the association, Usman Barambu, promised to ensure the strengthening of students so that they have sufficient leadership skills.

    Barambu also gave the assurance of an inclusive government saying that the interest of students will continue to be a priority during his term.

    “What I have today is a responsibility, to lead and build on what my predecessors have done, and I have accepted it with the promise to continue the course of Nigerian students in general with full commitment to higher heights.

    ” With a level of support and solidarity, I was grateful from students, senior comrades and stakeholders, not only in my emergence as the leader of the new executives, but also in making our inauguration a great success.

    “I have no choice but to declare my loyalty and absolute commitment without compromise to the hopes, aspirations, interests and vision of our students.

    "It is in this light that I accept the challenges of leadership and with our collective effort, we will lead our beloved organization back to its past and lost glories," he said.

    He, therefore, announced some members of his cabinet while running the affairs of the association.

    He mentioned Usman Ayuba as his Chief of Staff, Jonah Danladi as his General Director, Administration and Fice and Pedro Obi as President of his Advisory Council.

    Likewise, the president of Natives and Promotion of Peace among S, Olalekan Smart, thanked the interested parties for their role in resolving the gap in the association S was not lost.

    He said that all the dispute resolution mechanisms were activated and, to the glory of God, all the aggrieved parties came to the table and a new cause was defended.

    He said the association is committed to running an all-inclusive government of S, in which the full well-being of all Nigerian students, both at home and in the diaspora, is of paramount concern.

    The highlight of the event was the inauguration of the position of the association. (

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    Source Credit: NAN

  •  Gov Inuwa Yahaya of Gombe has congratulated the newly elected President of the National Association of Nigerian Students NANS Mr Usman Barambu on his victory at the recent NANS convention This is contained in a statement signed by the Director General of Press Affairs Government House Gombe Mr Ismaila Misili on Thursday The News Agency of Nigeria reports that Barambu was the National President of Gombe State Students Association The governor said that he received the news of Barambu s victory with delight According to him Barambu is the first student from Gombe to be elected NANS president He described him as a passionate and hard working young man and a unionist with track records of excellent performance and leadership qualities The governor urged the new NANS president to bring to bear his wealth of experience in repositioning the association for the good of Nigerian students Yahaya also urged him to continue to bring honour to Gombe and assured him of the support solidarity and goodwill of the government and people of the state NewsSourceCredit NAN
    Gombe governor congratulates new NANS president
     Gov Inuwa Yahaya of Gombe has congratulated the newly elected President of the National Association of Nigerian Students NANS Mr Usman Barambu on his victory at the recent NANS convention This is contained in a statement signed by the Director General of Press Affairs Government House Gombe Mr Ismaila Misili on Thursday The News Agency of Nigeria reports that Barambu was the National President of Gombe State Students Association The governor said that he received the news of Barambu s victory with delight According to him Barambu is the first student from Gombe to be elected NANS president He described him as a passionate and hard working young man and a unionist with track records of excellent performance and leadership qualities The governor urged the new NANS president to bring to bear his wealth of experience in repositioning the association for the good of Nigerian students Yahaya also urged him to continue to bring honour to Gombe and assured him of the support solidarity and goodwill of the government and people of the state NewsSourceCredit NAN
    Gombe governor congratulates new NANS president
    General news3 months ago

    Gombe governor congratulates new NANS president

    Gov. Inuwa Yahaya of Gombe  has congratulated the newly-elected President of the National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS), Mr Usman Barambu, on his victory at the recent NANS convention.

    This is contained in a statement signed by the Director-General of Press Affairs, Government House, Gombe, Mr  Ismaila Misili,  on Thursday.

    The News Agency of Nigeria reports that Barambu was the National President of Gombe State Students’ Association.

    The governor said that he received the news of Barambu’s victory with delight.

    According to him,  Barambu is the first student from Gombe  to be elected NANS president.

    He described him as a passionate and hard-working young man and a unionist with track records of excellent performance and leadership qualities.

    The governor urged the new NANS president  to bring to bear his wealth of experience in repositioning the association for the good of Nigerian students.

    Yahaya also urged  him to continue to bring  honour to Gombe, and assured him of the support, solidarity and goodwill of the government and people of the state.


    NewsSourceCredit: NAN

  •  The National Association of Nigerian Students NANS has called on President Muhammadu Buhari to intervene in the lingering strike by Academic Staff Union of University ASUU to enable students to return to school The newly elected President of NANS Mr Usman Barambu made the call at a news conference on Monday in Abuja Barambu described as worrisome the lingering dispute between ASUU and the Federal Government which had lasted for about seven months He noted that the incessant strikes had affected the academic calendar of public owned universities Also It has negatively impacted on the future of Nigerian students as a programme of four years now would last for six years Similarly the Chairman Communiqu Drafting Committee Mr Usman Ayuba urged Buhari to bring on board capable hands with experience and capacity to stem the tide of insecurity in the country Ayuba also appealed to the government to proffer workable solutions to address incessant clashes between farmers and herders across the country He called on the Ministry of Education to give priority attention to the sector in terms of budgetary allocation to meet the UNESCO standard and recommendation of setting aside 26 per cent of annual budget to education by developing countries The students also wanted lecturers involved in the business of Sex for Marks to desist from such nefarious activities stressing that students would expose anyone found culpable NewsSourceCredit NAN
    NANS wants urgent intervention of Buhari on ASUU Strike
     The National Association of Nigerian Students NANS has called on President Muhammadu Buhari to intervene in the lingering strike by Academic Staff Union of University ASUU to enable students to return to school The newly elected President of NANS Mr Usman Barambu made the call at a news conference on Monday in Abuja Barambu described as worrisome the lingering dispute between ASUU and the Federal Government which had lasted for about seven months He noted that the incessant strikes had affected the academic calendar of public owned universities Also It has negatively impacted on the future of Nigerian students as a programme of four years now would last for six years Similarly the Chairman Communiqu Drafting Committee Mr Usman Ayuba urged Buhari to bring on board capable hands with experience and capacity to stem the tide of insecurity in the country Ayuba also appealed to the government to proffer workable solutions to address incessant clashes between farmers and herders across the country He called on the Ministry of Education to give priority attention to the sector in terms of budgetary allocation to meet the UNESCO standard and recommendation of setting aside 26 per cent of annual budget to education by developing countries The students also wanted lecturers involved in the business of Sex for Marks to desist from such nefarious activities stressing that students would expose anyone found culpable NewsSourceCredit NAN
    NANS wants urgent intervention of Buhari on ASUU Strike
    General news3 months ago

    NANS wants urgent intervention of Buhari on ASUU Strike

    The National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS)  has called on President Muhammadu Buhari to intervene in the lingering strike by Academic Staff Union of University (ASUU) to enable students to return to school.

    The newly elected President of NANS, Mr Usman Barambu, made the call at a news conference on Monday in Abuja.

    Barambu described as worrisome the lingering dispute between ASUU and the Federal Government which had lasted for about seven months.

    He noted that the incessant strikes had affected the academic calendar of public owned universities.

    “Also, It has negatively impacted on the future of Nigerian students, as a programme of four years now would last for six years.

    ”Similarly, the Chairman, Communiqué Drafting Committee, Mr Usman Ayuba, urged Buhari to bring on board capable hands with experience and capacity to stem the tide of insecurity in the country.

    Ayuba also appealed to the government to proffer workable solutions to address incessant clashes between farmers and herders across the country.

    He called on the Ministry of Education to give priority attention to the sector in terms of budgetary allocation to meet the UNESCO standard and recommendation of setting aside 26 per cent of annual budget to education by developing countries.

    The students also wanted lecturers involved in the business of Sex for Marks to desist from such nefarious activities, stressing that students would expose anyone found culpable.


    NewsSourceCredit: NAN

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