Nigeria ASUU Strike: Resolve ASUU strike or face protest worse than EndSARS

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Nigeria ASUU Strike Update Today Thursday May 19. 

The Federal University in Lokoja’s Student Union Government (SUG) has joined their counterparts across the federation in issuing a seven-day ultimatum to the Federal Government of Nigeria to resolve all outstanding issues with the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU).

The group stated that after the deadline passed, they would be left with no choice but to stage a nationwide protest to press their demands.

Comrade Oguche Ojofeyo, president of the students union body at the Federal University in Lokoja, the Kogi State capital, made this known while speaking with journalists at the university’s main campus in Lokoja on Thursday.

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Comrade Oguche stated that their demand is for the Federal Government to resolve all outstanding issues, with ASUU warning that if the three-month-old strike action by ASUU is not resolved appropriately within the next seven days, the Student Union Government as a whole may be forced to block all highways and Federal Government infrastructure.

He predicted that the nationwide protests would outlast the EndSARS protest in 2020, claiming that Nigerian students are tired of the strike action.

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He described the situation in which Nigerian students are subjected to a stagnated academic calendar as “unbearable and unacceptable,” adding that “employment has an age limit, and NYSC has an age limit.”

The SUG President went on to say that the students’ mental and physiological health has suffered as a result of the ongoing strike action.

Nigeria ASUU Strike Update Today Thursday May 19. 

He expressed regret that the Federal Government’s actions or inaction would jeopardise the students’ futures, as their ages are rapidly approaching.

Some students who spoke with reporters expressed their dissatisfaction with the strike’s negative effects on their financial well-being, which included the overpayment of house rents.

That is all for now on Nigeria  latest update today May 9, 2022.



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