Former Impeached NANS President Risk Arrest For Impersonation
Angered over his continues reluctance to vacate office several weeks after his impeachment, the former National President of the National Association Nigeria Students, NANS, Yinka Gbadebo risk arrest for impersonation.
This became clearer over the weekend when the NANS Senate President, Emaluji Micheal Sunday “implored the Inspector General of Police to arrest GBADEBO for “gross impersonation”.
The Chief Press Secretary to the Senate President Ojamomi Crown F. in a press statement made available to newsmen in Jos, Plateau state accused the former student leader of “endorsing a labour party Governorship candidate in Anambra state on 14th of September 2013 on behalf of Nigeria students” even when he ceases to be their.
The statement further warned that “anyone who deals with him (Gbadebo) in such capacity does that at his/her own peril, adding, it is on this note that the NANS senate arm implore the Inspector General of Police to arrest” him
“Comrade Emaluji therefore pleaded with President Goodluck Jonathan on behalf of more than 70million Nigerian students that are currently at home to consider the plight of the suffering students and their fundamental rights to Education” and have the issues with the ASUU resolved immediately.
The Senate President accused the impeached leader of psychophancy in high places thereby putting the union in disrepute through undue praises, lobbying, begging as he was even visible within and outside the Aso Rock and other “government offices in a bid to water your dry and thirsty tongue. This i must say is a clear reflection of your original ill motives against Nigerian students”
“Nigerian students, needs true leadership to advance there resolutions and relate their real plights to the relevant authorities and not money mongers whose selfish interest has be clouded their sense of reasoning” it added.