On Monday, 21st of February, 2022 the NANS and NAUS Southwest leadership paid an unscheduled visit to the Asst. Commissioner of Police led by Comrade Giwa Temitope a stakeholder who introduced them, the ACP reminisced on the end SARS protest in 2020, and gave his total support to the security of students in the State, in response the both student union bodies assured the ACP of solidarity to the SCID after which they visited the Deputy Commissioner of Police who was the most senior ranking officer in the SCID, after they were introduced, the DCP gave a brief history of his close relationship with past student union leaders and he reiterated his commitment to keeping the relationship and assured them of an open door policy, Comrade Giwa requested for proper courtesy visit to the State Commissioner of Police in response the DCP told him how tight the CP’s schedule is but nevertheless asked that the request be made through a letter and once approved all principal officers of the State command would be there to receive them.

They later visited the Area C Area Commander who gladly received the student leaders and appreciated them for coming, after a brief intro, the AC advised them to put their academics as priority and give themselves to the obedience of the law, he counselled them to be peaceful and gave his total support to whatever they need around the security of students.

The leaders who visited were NANS Southwest Coordinator, Comrade Adegboye Olatunji, VP NAUS Southwest, Comrade Adesoji Oladimeji (SOJ), Comrade Giwa Temitope, Chairman NAUS CMC Lagos, Comrade Ifeoluwa, Vice Chairman NAUS CMC Lagos, Comrade Paul Olabode, NANS Lagos JCC PRO Comrade Timi and other stakeholders in the both unions.

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