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Suicide: ASONIS announced the commencement of the movement and campaigns against suicide in Nigeria


SOUTHERN  STUDENTS FORUM (ASONIS)

_National Body_

Motto: Education Is Light

PRESS RELEASE

OFFICE OF THE CHIEF PRESS SECTARY

SATURDAY 15TH FEBRUARY 2020

PLANNING OF CAMPAIGN AGAINST SUICIDE


_Under the leadership Of National President Southern Students Forum (S.S.F) in person of Comrd.Sir.Chinedu Elijah Edeh (GCSNS) Have announced the Commencement Of the Movement/campaigns against SUICIDE in Nigeria_

_ STARTING STATE_
 _ENUGU STATE_

_The Schedule For the Movement Is As Follows_

_DATE: 4th - 7th MARCH 2020_
_ACTIVITIES:_

_ Wednesday 4th_
Registration and Radio jingles

_Thursday 5th:_
_Seminar and Distribution of Questionnaires_

_Friday 6th_
_Collection of Questionnaires_

_Saturday 7th_
 _Leaders Meeting, Trekking to Okpala Square to Sensitize the public._

_Southern Students Forum(ASONIS) Education is Light And The bed Rock Of Every Foundation To a Progressive Minded Southern Nigerian Students_

Comr.Conf.Ref. Taiwo oladele ABDULWASIU (OLA ALUTA)
_ASONIS National Chief Press Sectetary_

08136869095

1 comment:

  1. Suicides were unknown phenomena in Nigeria, but with the economic under the government in place, it's now a daily occurrence. No amount of campaign will solve it. Trillions are budgeted yearly with virtually nothing to show for it. Those packing our money are not investing, but are buying dollars, gold, diamonds and exporting these. It does not circular. So, frustration and helplessness is responsible for the increase in suicides year after year. Campaign to those in Aso rock and their allies. The people they are ruling over were before 2015 were voted the happiest people on planet earth. If they are now committing suicide, those in-charge in Aso Rock should answer. It's not the alleged fight against corruption. Corruption is larger than ever before at all fronts. Transactional bribery in ministries, customs, courts etc are 3time what it was at 2015 when APC took over power in Nigeria. Corruption multipled in same proportion as the Nigerian currency depreciated against the dollar from 157-$1 to 365-$1.

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