By G9ija

DSS
The National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS), Delta State, has given the DSS and Nigerian Police 48-hour ultimatum to apprehend the killers and kidnappers of Delta State University, Abraka students.

News reports that NANS gave the ultimatum in a statement signed by its Chairman, Madjemite Precious, Secretary Epechi Bright and P.R.O Ndubisi Godswill.

The Delta State NANS cited the ugly development where a 400-level student of Medical Biochemistry identified as Stephen Odje was allegedly murdered in cold blood.

The group also cited the kidnapping of a 400-level students of Pharmacology and Geology, Hamza Hussien Jennifer and Mr Omajuwa Divine respectively.

The statement reads: “The Leadership of National Association Of Nigerian Students Joint Campus Committee Delta State Axis was inundated by recent ugly development in the Delta State University Abraka, where a 400 Level Student of Medical Biochemistry identified as Mr Stephen Odje was allegedly murdered in cold blood alongside the kidnap of Miss Hamza Hussien Jennifer, a 400 Level Student of Pharmacology Department and Mr Omajuwa Divine, a 400 Level Student of Geology Department.

“This recent ugly Development which we term heartbreaking to the entire Students Community is a signal that the entire Nation is unsafe, just as we wish to send our heartfelt condolences to the family of the deceased Student, the Management and Students Community of Delta State University on the loss of a scholar.

“We wish to reiterate our stance as Students Leadership in Delta State that this trend of kidnapping and maiming of our students shall not be tolerated. We issue a 48-Hour ultimatum to the Department Of State Security DSS, Nigerian Police Force and all relevant Security Agencies to immediately swing into actions to fish out the culprit of this unjust act on the students Community inorder to deliver justice.

“We call upon all Management of Higher Institutions of learning to immediately beef up security architecture within campuses to prevent similar occurrences in the future.”