NAPS dissociates self from ultimatum to FG on Benin-Sapele Road

The Senate of National Association of Polytechnic Students NAPS, led by Dio Oghale Emeka Rex, has distanced itself from what it described as ‘shenanigan ultimatum issued to the federal government to fix the failed Warri Benin highway.

NAPS said the ultimatum was issued by one imposter by the name Blessing Adogbeji impersonating the Office of the Vice President National Affairs of NAPS.

In a statement signed by the Senate President of NAPS, Dio said NAPS acknowledged the urgent need to fix the road but was against the said ultimatum because it was coming from an impostor.

The statement read: “While we acknowledge the need for urgent rehabilitation and repair of the Benin-Sapele Axis of the East-West road to ease the stress of motorists plying that roots, the Senate leadership of NAPS hereby distances herself from the purported

The senate leadership wish to categorically state, for the information of the public and sake of posterity that election was not conducted for the office of the Vice President National Affairs, PRO, Fin Sec, and some other offices during the last national convention of NAPS and the Senate leadership in consultation with the executive arm led by Comrade Activist Adekanbi Sunday has set machineries in place for a bye election to fill those vacancies in the next senate sitting.

Sequel to the prequel the Senate leadership of NAPS wishes to call on all security apparatus across the country to arrest, detain and prosecute any imposter(s) found to be impersonating any of the aforementioned offices in any guise.

The Senate leadership will communicate through a duly signed communique the names of persons that will eventually emerged as winners of those positions after the bye elections.

Suffice it to say that the leadership of the Senate has reached out to relevant stakeholders to ascertain the state of affairs of the section of the road in question and we are duly informed that the government of Delta state are currently carrying out an intervention on the said road, while we urge the contractors handling the construction to live up to expectations of the masses by speeding up the process, the Senate leadership wish to appreciate the gesture of the state government and call on the federal government to proffer lasting solutions to the states of roads across the country by declaring a state of emergency on federal roads.

The Senate leadership wish to reassure Polytechnics students across the country that her welfare and security remains sacrosanct in the priorities of the “Revolutionary Regime” as we say a happy new year.