It has been reported recently by Sahara Reporters that President Buhari-led government is set to pay Nigerian Students' Leader, Sunday Asefon #40million to Mobilise Thugs to disrupt June 12 Nationwide protest. According to reports, all arrangements about the fund have already been concluded.
Sunday Asefon had a meeting with the Inspector General of police and he promised to mobilize thugs against those planning June 12 Protest using his power as NANS president.
When he met with the IGP three days ago, IGP refused to take pictures with him telling him that there was a crisis in NANS. Asefon later begged that what can he do to make it up to the IGP. The condition given to him was to mobilize thugs against those planning the protest. A source revealed that Asefon is trying to join the protest and later disrupt it.
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