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NANS JCC suspends chairman over alleged misconduct, insubordination, disruptive behaviour, others

Yenagoa—The National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS) Joint Campus Council (JCC), Bayelsa State axis has suspended its Chairman, Comrade Marvelous Abonnema Dimie over allegations of general misconduct, insubordination, disruptive behaviour, inciting violence and public unrest.

He was also accused of engaging in unconstitutional activities and total disregard for constitutional provisions.

The association made this known in a suspension notice made available to mangrovepen.ng and signed by Blessing Koloni, Vice Chairperson, Precious Gbolakoro, Treasurer, Zilayefa Orumieyefa, Contact and Mobilization, Otari Bernard Ose, Director of Socials, Hany Asegu Zeonume, Director of Gender Affairs and Pius Lambert Awipi, Public Relations Officer II.

Others are Omieh B. Walter, Secretary General, Indutimi Fidelis Matthew, Director of Special Duties, Ruth Wilcox, Director of Welfare and Logistics, John Otonye Seigha, Director of Sports, Brave Degi, Public Relations Officer I and Werigbakumo Goodnews, Director of Health and Academics.


The notice ordered Dimie to “immediately withdraw himself from parading as Chairman JCC of NANS or in any other capacity publicly or face prosecution from the Association.

“That Comr. Marvelous Abonnema Dimie is to return every official property of the Association within his possession in not more than 24 hours from this announcement.

“That with immediate effect, the vice chairperson, Comrade Blessing Koloni is to resume office as the Ag. Chairperson of NANS JCC Bayelsa State axis.”

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