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The National Asoccaition of NIgerian students, NANS, have shown their anger towards the ongoing strike disrupting academic activities in the universities and polythecnics .They have promised to disrupt the coming elections if the federal government doesn't reopen our tertiary institutions.
The students were seen holding placards bearing different inscriptions such as,   “ASUU/ ASUP strike, Another way to increase crime”; “ No resumption,  no election”; “We are tired of endless negotiations”; “End strike now”; “NANS Zone B wants Her Students back on campuses”; Nigerian Students have bright future; do not truncate it with strike”; “NANS Zone B says no to strike” and “Save education, end strike now”.
According to the Zone B coordinator of NANS, Comrade Okereke Godson, students could not afford to stay at home while the country holds the 2019 general elections, warning that the umbrella body of the students would chase away voters on election day if the federal government failed to reach agreement with ASUU and end the strike.
He said: “Students constitute 46 percent of the electoral strength in this country and if the federal government fails to end the strike, we see it as a deliberate attempt to rig the poll because the election cannot hold while we remain at home. Let them open our campuses or election will not .
We hope the strike gets called off before the commencement of the elections. 

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