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NSP condemns killings of Nigerian students in Northern Cyprus, demands intervention from FG

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Paraiso Ismaila


Senator Paraiso Ismaila representing Lagos central senatorial district in the Nigerian students parliament(NSP), has condemned the killings of Nigerian students in northern Cyprus.










The chairman committee on information, speaking from his residence in Abuja, Paraiso expressed his displeasure over the killings and the efforts of the FG so far on the issue.


In his words  ‘This has utterly dragged for too long and we Nigerian students parliament under the leadership of the speaker Rt hon. Mubarak Aliyu Rimi demand immediate intervention from the federal government and also express our displeasure at the incessant killings of our future BEDROCK’.










We therefore beseech our government to take swift actions to halt the killings of our colleagues in northern cyprus with most recent been that of Ibrahim Bello who happens to be the son of justice Amina Bello of kaduna high court and his colleagues. I also want to implore Nigerian students and youth at large to take precautions and be security conscious and i think this should serve as deterrent and make  youth squash moves to study in northern Cyprus as life is not what we see it to be on the other side given the lamentations of our fellow colleagues.


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In a statement signed by Enitoluwafe ayobamiji, SA to the senator on media and publicity sighted the statistics published, there have been over 100 killings dating from 2018 till the recent ones... As a body we must not but show concern about the welfare of our colleagues and how unfairly there are treated over there.


Nigerian students parliament would like to commend the rightful act of NIDCOM and would also like to appreciate the proactive steps the body took on this issue.










We as students parliamentarian demands justice for those killed. We hope the government and relevant authorities will yield to the cries of Nigerian students by taking swift action.


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