The Pioneer President of National Association of Nigeria Students, NANS, and social dissident, Comrade Danlad Sunday Oladele, additionally know as Lado, is dead
Reacting to the miserable news, Comrade Daniel Onjeh, the Chairman Governing Board of Projects Development Institute (PRODA), in an articulation on Wednesday communicated his significant despondency over the abrupt and excruciating destruction of Com. Lado.
Onjeh, a previous NANS President (2002 – 2003), sympathized with Lado’s nearby and more distant family, the Nigerian understudies’ development and the worldwide collection of rights activists.
He encouraged everybody to take comfort in the way that the expired carried on with an existence of effect, and his name will remain ever-green in our souls and in the narratives of the genuine legends of NANS.
The articulation mostly read, “I review that while his name involved an unmistakable spot in the records of the Nigerian Student Movement, I didn’t connect with him until after my residency as NANS President; when I gathered the primary ever Former NANS Presidents’ Forum at the Dayspring Hotel, Wuse Zone 6, Abuja, in 2004.
“Not just did Comrade Lado honor my solicitation to the Forum, however he made sweeping commitments to the strong conversations at the gathering; and has stayed steady from that point onward, in going to gatherings of the Forum, just as respecting different solicitations to programs coordinated by NANS.
“Comrade Lado has similarly stayed urgent in tutoring and supporting the people in the future of NANS pioneers, and loaning his voice to the mission for basic freedoms and equity just as to more extensive discussions on the financial and political settings of Nigeria. His stunning takeoff is for sure, a fantastic misfortune to NANS.
“Rest in harmony, Senior Comrade Lado.”
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