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FUOYE KILLING: NANS threatens to place curse on Fayemi’s family over worsening condition of paralysed student



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The National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS) has threatened to place a curse on the family of Governor Kayode Fayemi of Ekiti State over the worsening condition of a student who sustained injuries during a protest that led to the death of two students of the Federal University of Oye Ekiti last week.

NANS said the student in question identified as Azeez Elijah can no longer lift his legs and hands, calling on Nigerians to pray for him to turn the corner very soon.

In a statement issued on Monday which was signed by its National Public Relations Officer, Azeez Adeyemi, NANS threatened that it will lay curses on Governor Fayemi’s family if anything happens to the remaining injured students.

The statement by NANS reads; “Azeez went into the horrible state after a police officer acting under the instruction of the wife of the Ekiti State Governor, shot a teargas canister at his head during the protest, which led to his paralysis. He has kept everyone including his parents in limbo as he barely speaks to anyone.”

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NANS added, “We, however, call for nationwide prayers for our FUOYE students currently bedridden at different hospitals in Lagos, Ekiti among other states as well as student leaders and their parents, I as we cannot withstand the agony of losing any one of them again.

“Although, the Fayemi’s family are yet to be remorseful but we are not begging for that, but we want to advise them to fast and pray for other injured students because God forbid, if anything evil happens to any of them, we shall pray negative prayers (Curses) for your(Fayemi) family.”

Speaking further Adeyemi said; “Although, the fayemi’s family are in charge of the taxpayers money in Ekiti and Dr Kayode Fayemi himself is the Chairman of Governors Forum, making him very powerful before men but not before God.

“We, however, use this medium to calm the nerves of our students on their colleagues in police custody, as we assure you that they will come out unhurt very soon.”

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