By VICTOR AHIUMA-YOUNG
ABRAKA—SENIOR Staff Association of Nigerian Universities, SSANU, Delta State University, DELSU, Abraka chapter, has called for the immediate and unconditional release of one of its members, Mrs. Angela Njoseh, who was kidnapped on Sunday, October 21.
Still lamenting the pains of the earlier abduction of some of its members, including Mr. Atori, Mrs. Muoboghare and the Commissioner for Higher Education, Professor Hope Eghagha, who was released a week ago, the union said it was jolted by yet another abduction of its member, Mrs. Njoseh.
Condemning the spate of kidnapping of its members, SSANU noted that Mrs. Njoseh, who works in the admissions office of the University, was abducted from her residence at Obiaruku while the family was going to church early that morning.
At an emergency congress held on Tuesday, October 23, the union condemned the porous security situation in the university and its environs and denounced the continued targeting and abduction of its members by kidnappers.
In a resolution by the Chairman, Comrade Ohwavworua and Secretary Comrade Matthew Eyuren, at the end of the emergency congress, SSANU called on the state government to arrest the ugly security situation immediately “or else it would be forced to embark on an indefinite strike.”