The leadership of the National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS) has met with Sheik Ahmed Gumi in Kaduna to discuss actions and efforts to ensure safety and security of Nigerian students.
In a statement on Monday, the National president of NANS, Sunday Asefon, said they will not leave any stone unturned until schools are safe.
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“We will continue to engage and dialogue with stakeholders to ensure school safety.
“We extend our commitment to continuous dialogue for the release of students in captivity and all round efforts to ensure schools become safer so that our students can be free from the fear and trauma of kidnapping,” he said.
Many students are currently in captivity across the country, with their captors demanding ridiculous amounts as ransom.