NOUN Students Forgive Those Who Discriminated Them,but Won’t Tolerate Recurrence

Open University students forgive those who discriminated against them, but won't tolerate recurrence. Congress of Noun Students (CONS), the umb

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Open University students forgive those who discriminated against them, but won’t tolerate recurrence.

Congress of Noun Students (CONS), the umbrella body of students at the National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN) has warned the federal government of Nigeria against subjecting students to unnecessary difficulty.

The body, through a statement by its president, Comrade Tijanni Olawoyin noted that it appreciated President Muhammadu Buhari for assenting to the NOUN amendment bill, but advised that government should desist from creating institutions without adequate plan for them.

Comrade Tijanni Olawoyin also thank Senator Baru Jibril, who sponsored the NOUN bill, noting that NOUN students have forgiven all those who discriminated against them in the past, but warned that the body would not tolerate a repeat of past occurrence.

Comrade Tijani therefore demand immediate inclusion of NOUN students in Law School and NYSC.

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