Omoyele Sowore, the popular Nigerian human rights activist, has countered the decision of the National Association of Nigerian Students, NANS to suspend its planned protest on June 12.
It will be recalled that NANS had scheduled to stage protest in all parts of the country on June 12 to decry the deteriorating security situation ravaging the country particularly the abduction of students in the North and other regions.
However, the NANS’ President, Sunday Asefon, announced on Friday morning that the planned protest has been suspended over the fear of being hijacked by some elements who may have other agenda.
But Sowore in a tweet on his official Twitter page on Friday said the protests would hold.
He stated this why reacting to the suspension of the report by NANS.
The tweet reads, “Great Nigerian Students: Indefatigable, Unstoppable, Ever Conscious, Uncompromisable, Fastidious, Militant, Resilient Nigerians Students will protest tomorrow!
“#BuhariMustGo #June12thProtest #KeepitOn Aluta Continua, Victory is Certain
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