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Friday, 13 September 2019


The Delta State House Committee Chairman on Education, Hon Charles Emetulu on the 12th of September 2019 officially unveiled the Campaign/Sensitization materials for the kick-of of the first phase of NAPS championed nationwide campaign against female victimization and sexual molestation on campus during a courtesy visit to his office by a delegation of the national leadership of National Association of Polytechnic Students(NAPS) ably led by Dio Oghale Emeka Rex the Director of Mobilization & Strategic Engagements and Chairman of the Committee for the proposed nationwide campaign.

Speaking during the courtesy visit the head of the delegation, Dio Oghale Emeka Rex posited that in lieu of the fact that the chairman of the committee hails from and school in Delta state, that it is imperative to kick start such strategic campaign from home hence the first phase of the nationwide campaign will be kicked off in Delta state.
Going forward, he stated that the leadership of NAPS had chosen the chairman house committee on education as the most appropriate authority for the unveiling of sensitization materials given his oversight role as the house committee chairman on education and with the understanding that such campaign will not find its footing without a legal framework vis-a-viz the domestication of the sexual harassment in tertiary educational institutions prohibition act, 2016 in the respective states.

In conclusion the head of the delegation informed the house committee chairman on education that the flag-off rally is scheduled to hold on the first of October 2019 at asaba and called on all relevant stakeholders to support the initiative.

While unveiling the sensitization materials for the nationwide campaign against female victimization and sexual molestation, the honorable member representing Ndokwa west state constituency/ chairman house committee on education Hon. Charles Emetulu declared total support for the NAPS nationwide campaign against female victimization and sexual molestation on campus, stating that violence against women and all such related violence cum sexual harassment mitigate’s against educational advancement in Africa and therefore must be discouraged by all stakeholders.

He also assured that when ever the need arises he will use his good office to bring whoever is found culpable of such offenses to justice while enjoining the students leaders to eschew malicious blackmail and unfounded propaganda in the course of this campaign.

A vote of thanks was given to the host by a leader of the association, Comrade Rodney Okwusi Nnamdi who used the opportunity to appeal to the house committee chairman to use his good office to facilitate the upward review of budgetary allocation for education in the 2020 of the Delta state government, also commended the state government for the establishment of ministry of technical education and establishment of technical schools in the 25 local government of Delta state.

Wednesday, 11 September 2019

Campaign Against Victimization of the Girl Child and Sexual Molestation on Campus: ANTICULT VOLUNTEER CORP Pledges support for Polytechnic Students

The anticult volunteer corp (AVC) Delta State have assured her maximum support and partnership with the leadership of National Association of Polytechnic Students (NAPS) in her Campaign Against Female Victimization and Sexual Molestation Nationwide.

The Director for Mobilization and Strategic Engagements of NAPS, Dio Oghale Emeka Rex earlier today consulted the Anticult Volunteer Corp(AVC), who was received by the Director, department of Intelligence and Media, Oz Odubu.

He made it known, that the leadership of NAPS overtime have received series of reports of crimes within the campus community and from outside sources especially on female students who are usually easy targets due to their fragile nature, and following the sexual harassment in tertiary institutions prohibition act of 2016, the leadership of NAPS have resolved to champion the campaign against Victimization of the girl child and sexual molestation on campus.
In his response, Mr Oz Odubu who is the intelligence and media director of AVC appreciates the leadership of NAPS, noting that the students community are relevant and major stakeholders in nation building, hence their affairs are to be taken serious.
"The AVC is fully in support of your struggle for it is a good one, hence we shall champion the course and ensure we contribute our own quota in our own capacity to make your program in Delta state a success, Mr Oz Odubu concluded.

Nigeria Union of Journalists Delta State chapter Pledges Support For NAPS campaign Against Female Victimization and Sexual Molestation on Campus

The Leadership of Nigeria Union of Journalists Delta State chapter led by Comrade Micheal Ikeogwu endorse and support the National Association of Polytechnic Students(NAPS) nationwide campaign against female victimization and sexual molestation on campus.

Earlier today in preparation for the official unveiling and kick-off of the Nationwide Campaign Against Female Victimization and Sexual Molestation on Campus, as part of the Association’s responsibilities to at all time carry along relevant and necessary stakeholders in nation building, the Director of Mobilization and Strategic Engagements of NAPS, Dio Oghale Emeka Rex paid a consultative visit to the Chairman of Nigeria Union of Journalists (NUJ) Delta State to discuss a way forward and strategize on the success of the campaign in the state.

The chairman who was very happy in receiving the Director, officially endorsed and declared the support of the Union for the campaign, and also affirmed NUJ partnership in the forthcoming campaign, as he applaud the students body for such a wonderful initiative and their immense contribution in nation building.
He noted that the union of journalists as a doctrine has always promoted pro people initiatives such as this and will not stop during his time as chairman or ever as far as he is concerned.

Tuesday, 10 September 2019


The School Management has  through an official memo directed all students to proceed on a compulsory mid second semester break for 2018/2019 Academic Session with immediate effect, Aluta News has learnt.

The Academic Staff Union of Polytechnics (ASUP), Ede Polytechnic chapter had on Friday a passed vote of NO CONFIDENCE on the School Management for condoning indiscipline following an alleged mistreatment of a staff  by the president of the students’ union of the institution, Rufai Opeyemi Lukman.

Meanwhile, in a swift reaction, the union congress met with the school Governing council, which an inside source notified Aluta News that the meeting ended in a deadlock. The school authority has instructed students to leave halls of residents latest 2:00pm on tuesday 10th september,2019

According to the notice Released by the institution, the Polytechnic would reopen for normal academic activities on Wednesday 25th September 2019 while the second semester examination will commence immediately on resumption.

Sunday, 8 September 2019


...Says Amai People Are Ultra-Hospitable.

The Amai Health Facility which is currently hosting several sophisticated medical equipments has been envisioned to be the best Health Facility in Delta State.

The Medical Director of Paelon Memorial Clinic, Dr. Ngozi Onyia, and other operators of the Health Facility, made the disclosure on Saturday in Amai Kingdom, at a lunch organised in their honour by Hon. (Chief) Chukwutem Nwogor, the Nzu 1 of Amai Kingdom.

The MD. said that the health facility has been positioned with professional staff, and advanced technologies to provide efficient and effective health services to Deltans, most especially the people residing within the kingdom and it's environs.

"In recognition of our quality services, Global Brands Magazine recently awarded us (Paelon Memorial Clinic) BEST PATIENT CENTRIC HOSPITAL NIGERIA".

However, she expressed gratitude to Amai Kingdom for securing the facilities that has been on ground before their arrival, describing the people as exceptionally hospitable and security conscious.
 "All medical equipments were intact on our arrival, unlike some other communities were we recorded vandals catered away with almost all the medical equipment before time."

The Resident Doctor and other staff in their individual remarks, extolled Amai Kingdom for their hospitality and patriotism, describing the community as a safe haven.

Hon. Chukwutem Nwogor, the chief host, while addressing the Medical Team, paid tribute to the Hospital Management, and expressed surprise at the quality and sophisticated medical equipments he met on ground when he visited the Hospital. He commended the Hospital staff for their professional conducts.

However, he appealed to the Delta State Government to as a matter of great public importance to approve the construction of Amai - Aragba road, for easy access to the Hospital services, as well as to alleviate the sufferings of the people.

He assured the Hospital Management of the support of the Igwete of Amai Kingdom, HRM. Paul Solomon Ifeneziuche, and the solidarity of the entire people of Amai Kingdom, who he said are desirous of the transformation of the community and speedy infrastructural development.

Tuesday, 3 September 2019


Following reports of a failed convention of the Association, the Senate President of the National Association of Delta State Students (NADESSTU) Worldwide, Amb. Comr. Onyeamai Martin, Today at ikeja briefed pressmen on the State of the Association and the way forward from the Senate.

The senator in his speech expressed displeasure on the indecisiveness of the electoral committee and the pain which it has caused the growth of the Association.
Comrade Onyeamai reading from his Text at the Press-house instructed the immediate suspension of the activities of this committee and announce that there will be an emergency sitting of senate to decide the fate of the Association moving forward.

The Press Text Reads

"The man dies in him who remains silent in the face of tyranny" Prof. Wole Soyinka.
Combatant Salutations!
Having watched keenly, as irresponsibility thrived in the Association we laboured to keep, the onus therefore lies on the Senate which is the conscience of the Association to return sanity to the Association.
Having  stated the above, we wish to further state categorically that:
1. Having exhausted the constitutional 30days after pre-convention to hold convention.

2. With the current electoral committee being unable to hold a free, fair and credible election putting both senators, aspirants and students of Delta State origin in undue hardship and harmsway.
3. Inability of the committee to address the senate before the election therefore making this committee unaccountable to Delta State students who commissioned them.
4. Use of touts to abuse the sanctity of the gathering of students in the guise of local security.
The Senate regrets the pain and inconveniences which this practical play of irresponsibility from powers that be has caused the growth and transition of this noble Association, hence we therefore mandate that all activities relating  to the present election by this electoral committee  be put on hold .
To this effect ,the Senate hereby announce  that there will be an emergency sitting of the Senate two weeks from today to address the issues on ground and set up a PRO-NADESSTU electoral committee (venue will be communicated soon) .
The Senate by this notice calls on all zonal coordinators and senators to get set for the mother of all decisions as regards NADESSTU as we warn that any interference from any external force on the decision  of the senate  forthwith will be faced with strict Comradic cum constitutional Confrontation from the senate.
Thanks for your compliance.
Yours in Scientific Aluta
Amb. Comr.  Onyeamai Martin
(Senate President, NADESSTU worldwide)
Executive Governor of Delta State.
State Secretary General, Delta State.
Honourable Commissioner for higher Education
SSA to the governor of Delta State on Students.
All Security Agencies
All zonal coordinators, Senators and Aspirants.
To whom it may concern.


The Student Election Which Was supposed to hold on Saturday 31 August, 2019 was greeted with so much expectation for the future of the Delta State Student's community.
All delegates were seen at Labour House Asaba, the venue of the convention, the student's delegates were accredited successfully on saturday instead of the published friday; yet the delegates endured. Just after the accreditation on saturday the electoral committee announced a postponement of the election to sunday and all delegates were relocated to their hotels to reeturn on sunday by 8:00am.

Report from our correspondence on sunday,noted that the south and the eastern zones were reaccredited successfully while the north and west were still undecided whether to come in. according to an anonymous source it was noted that it was due to logistics issues and certain unfulfilled committments from the electoral committee which include mobilization.

According to Aluta News correspondence the disapperance of the Electoral committee chairman capped the whole event as it brought the convention to a halt amidst rising tempers,open confrontation and visible chants of protest by the delegates(senators) which after sometime a publication was realeased about the indefinite postponement of the election.

Frustration of delegates following the abrupt halt of the convention

North and west senators waiting to be accredited 

the Senators who angrily began to leave the venue especially those from the north and west due to academic engagement on Monday left with so much disappointment.

Angry Northern Delegates leave the venue
 A senator who pleaded anonymity for security reasons noted in an interview

  "if a student association cannot hold a hitch free election what then do we expect from a nation where the rot has already been planted from the supposed future of tomorrow; we are disappointed in the electoral committee and the leaders of the association. so much interest,tussle and unnecesssary negotiations.
We saw leaders making alignments on behalf of students just for their selfish aims."

"you can imagine a student election having touts as security when we have police,dss and soldiers on ground.
can you not see how senators are manhandled, aspirants are extorted;is this the kind of future that we want for our noble association? i just hope senators are seeing and will do the needful."

As at the time of this publication we were uncertain what was next decision from the organisation will be.