Our Mission

To be the voice of all Nigerian Polytechnic Students home and Diasporal, via adequate and quality representation.

Our Vision

To see Nigerian Polytechnics be the topmost provider of science and technology in th world.

Our Goals

  To ensure the complete abolishment of HND BSc Dichotomy and to see and end to HND discrimination.

Our Ideology

Injury to one is injury to all, injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere, all for one and one for all.

National Association of Polytechnic Students

Technology the bedrock of the nation

About NAPS

NAPS is umbrella body for all Polytechnics, Monotechnics, Colleges of Technology and other Allied Institution awarding National and higher national diploma across the six geopolitical zones of the federation and Diaspora.

This association which is the second largest student movement in  Africa continent, , with the conglomeration of all SUG president as senator, forming the senate assembly with over 2.1 million armless battalion Nigerian students membership strength, has been in the vanguard of campaign for equity, justice and good governance, free and qualitative education for over two decades.

The contribution of our noble association in bringing about our nascent democracy cannot be over emphasized. NAPS is an affiliate of the International Students’ Union (ISU), All African Students’ Union (AASU), west African student union (WASU), National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS) and has a CONSULTATIVE working relationship with UNESCO, UNICEF and ECOWAS.

Struggles & Interventions


Everything that we perceive around us is struggling towards freedom, from the atom to the man, from the insentient, lifeless particle of matter to the highest existence on earth, the human soul. The whole universe is in fact the result of this struggle for freedom.

  • Be a good Ambassador.

    “I urge us all to remain good ambassadors of peace, orderliness, a United Nation, and be advocates for good governance in the society.”

    Wolimoh Olajide
  • Learning is a continuous process

    ” You Learn nothing from life if you think you’re right all the time. “

    Tijani Mustapha
  • Nation building is a collective work

    ” The task of nation building & good governance is a ollective task, citizens must be patriotic”

    Agboola Abdulrahman

News and Press Statements

Our voice will continue to comfort the Oppressed and burn the Oppressors

NAPS Reacts to Adopoly’s Payment of N2500 for Applicants admission clearance

The leadership of National Association of Polytechnic Students (NAPS) received the purported news of #2,500 charges for UTME candidates clearance by the management of Federal Polytechnic Ado Ekiti with a rude shock. 

After extensive and rigorous findings, it was gathered that the charges are not meant for UTME clearance as it is being carried about by rumour mongers.

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NAPS Mourns Demise of a former Leader

On Friday, 20th December, the leadership of National Association Of Polytechnic Students (NAPS) under the stewardship of Activist Sunday A. Asuku, the National President Elect of NAPS, organised a candle night for our late leader Comr. Yemi Adeniran Likedat who departed this sinful world in a ghastly auto-crash on the 19th day of Dec. 2019.

Special thanks to all comrades who came from far and near to mourn our late leader, thanks for the messages and words of encouragement, thanks to my immediate constituency who made it a reality at the National Secretariat of NAPS, Kaduna Polytechnic main campus yesterday, we are deeply grateful…..may the good lord bless and keep us all.
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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. Continue Reading

NAPS demands complete removal of discrimination against HND holders

The leadership of National Association of Polytechnic Student’s (NAPS), Ably led by the National President Elect  Activist Sunday A. Asuku a student of Kaduna Polytechnic, from the department of Chemical Engineering  blew hot this morning at the NUJ secretariat Kaduna state chapter.
Following the recent Development by the house of Representatives were the bill to abolish dichotomy was sponsored by Hon. Ali Isa from Gombe state and the Hon. Edward Pwajok from plateau state which passed second reading since April 2017,Hon. Pwajok said, the discrimination against the Hnd holders had no moral justification and that it will make the international community look down on the status of the Educational institutions in the country.

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National Executives

The Revolution Regime