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Ex-student leader Okeowo to be immortalised

Okeowo, the ex President of the National Association Union of Nigerian Students (NANS) had championed various students’ protestS.The Senior Special Assistant to the President on…

Okeowo, the ex President of the National Association Union of Nigerian Students (NANS) had championed various students’ protestS.
The Senior Special Assistant to the President on Youths and Students Affairs, Mr. Jude Imagwe disclosed this at a night of tributes held in Abuja.
Imagwe, who showered encomiums on the late students’ leader, said, “It is sad that no group has gathered since his demise in January to celebrate his demise.
“I will do everything possible to ensure that this foremost students’ leader does not die in vain, his legacies must forever be remembered, he will be immortalised,” he said.
Imagwe urged students’ union leaders to rise up and protect the identity of the union by shunning partisan politics and avoid being bought over by politicians during elections.
He said students’ leaders should act in such a way that they will not be seen as irresponsible. The student s’union body should return to what it used to be in the past as the voice of millions of Nigerian students.
Sam Amadi, the Chairman of the Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission, NERC who was also an ex students’ union leader, called for a more discursive social media interaction among the youths.
He cautioned youths against unwarranted criticisms but advised them to engage in productive ventures.
A son of the deceased, Kolade Segun Okeowo, who commended his father for the way he brought them up said. “My father will forever remain a hero.”

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