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We Will Refuse Tinubu’s Inauguration Plot – NANS


The National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS) has warned that any attempt to prevent President-Elect Bola Tinubu from taking office on May 29, 2023 will be met with retaliation.

This statement was made in response to allegations of an ongoing plot to derail Tinubu’s inauguration by installing an interim government.

“Following recent reports from the quarters of the Nigerian DSS that there are frantic efforts and devilish plots by some scrupulous elements in the Nigerian political space to truncate the Nigerian political system by stopping the inauguration of Sen. Bola Ahmed Tinubu, the president-elect, with an illegal installation of an interim president,” said its Vice President (External Affairs), Akinteye Babatunde Afeez.

The Nigerian Students regard this as a SHAM, and we state unequivocally that IT CANNOT WORK.

“It is laughable in all ramifications that an election was organized by INEC, and the result of the presidential election produced a PRESIDENT-ELECT, and this winner was announced by the same body – INEC that conducted the election, then a group of sycophants would come together to plan to shortchange the nation’s fragile peace for their selfish interests.”

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“This will be completely unacceptable to everyone.” The entire Nigerian student body would fight back with all of their might, both internal and external. Gone is the era of June 12, 1993, when Nigeria was still in a state of darkness and most Nigerians were unaware of their rights.

and privileges as citizens.

“Gone is the era of militarization and affront impunity, when someone or a small group of people could simply devise plans and carry them out against the will of the people.” Gone are the days when Nigerian students and youth would sit back and let others make decisions for us, to our detriment as citizens and as a nation. We’ve all grown wiser. This is not going to work.

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Candidates who are dissatisfied with the outcome of the presidential election should seek redress in a court of law, according to NANS.

“As a matter of urgency, I hereby call on Nigerian students, Nigerian youth, and all Nigerians to be prepared to resist all forms of oppression.”

Any oppression or manipulation that would send Nigeria backwards in the community of nations, as well as any installation that would tamper with the peace and tranquility that Nigeria has recently enjoyed following the heat of the recently concluded election.

“In my capacity as the Nigerian Students’ leadership, I want to state unequivocally that the Nigerian Students will fight back venomously against any unnecessary interim government installation or any plot to prevent the president-inauguration elect’s on May 29, 2023.”

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“We will let these selfish and egocentric leaders know that their time has passed and that we are in the era of Nigerians, particularly Nigerian students, taking control of their destinies and investing heavily in the way they live.”

The country is managed and directed.

“We will stand firm against all forms of oppression and intimidation from all quarters and ensure that the right things are done in our dear nation, Nigeria, at all times.”

“I strongly advise any candidate or political party that is dissatisfied with the outcome of the presidential election to seek redress in a court of law and to refrain from inciting violence of any kind in any way so that Nigeria can move forward.”


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