Sunday, 8 July 2018

NANS ZONE B PULL OUT OF ACCREDITATION, CALLS THE LEADERSHIP OF OTHER ZONES TO RETIRE TO THEIR VARIOUS HOTEL ROOMS, URGE CPC OFFICIAL TO ENSURE THEY KICK START ACCREDITATION EARLY MORNING TOMORROW.....Dio Oghale Emeka Rex reporting from Campus Reporter Media

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NANS ZONE B PULL OUT OF ACCREDITATION, CALLS THE LEADERSHIP OF OTHER ZONES TO RETIRE TO THEIR VARIOUS HOTEL ROOMS, URGE CPC OFFICIAL TO ENSURE THEY KICK START ACCREDITATION EARLY MORNING TOMORROW


The National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS) convention which was supposed to be conducted today as slated in the election time table has been automatically shifted as zone B pull out of the accreditation process.


Information reaching the campus reporter media is that the leadership of NANS Zone B have pulled out of the accreditation process which was supposed to be done today.


The coordinator of the Zone Comr Okereke Godson C Bishop(CNS) while addressing the press said, "I made it clear lately yesterday and early today that accreditation of delegates will commence properly today Sunday 8th of July, but it's annoying that up to 8pm the electoral committee have not kick started with the process. The duties and objectives of NANS is to protect and project the legimate right of the students, not the other way round, I cannot risk it in jeopardizing the life of the students I represent. The CPC officials have all day to commence accreditation, why this night? If you can't find a black goat in the morning, you can't see it in the night, he noted. I have to pull out from the accreditation process tonight, and it should be on notice to the general public and students in particular that zone B is not a partisan of any kangaroo accreditation tonight, the CPC should commence accreditation fully tomorrow early morning, by so doing the lives of our senators will not be at risk, He added.


In conclusion, the zone B coordinator called on other zones of NANS and stakeholders to retire to their various hotel rooms, as the said venue for the accreditation doesn't have lights, noting that how can they proceed accreditation in total black out.


Dio Oghale Emeka Rex reporting from Campus Reporter Media. 


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