Northern Elders lambast Buhari, Ngige, Amaechi over ASUU strike, Kaduna train kidnapping

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Northern Elders have berated Buhari, Ngige, Amaechi over ASUU strike, Kaduna train abductions

President Muhammadu Buhari, former Transport Minister Rotimi Amaechi, and Labour Minister have all come under fire from the Northern Elders Forum for the way things are going in the nation right now.

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This criticism was made on Wednesday via a string of tweets from the NEF spokesman, Hakeem Baba-Ahmed.

He claimed that as a result of the ongoing Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) strike, which started on February 14, the Buhari administration had allowed the educational sector to fester.

Ejes Gist Newspaper reports that   Baba-Ahmed blasted Amaechi for engaging in politics during the interlude while some of the victims of the Kaduna train abductions were still waiting for the Federal Government to save them.

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According to his tweets, Ngige intended to run for Nigerian president while the ASUU strike was still going on and students were still at home. Rotimi Amaechi begged us to elect him president of Nigeria while abandoning a delayed train and its passengers in the hands of kidnappers. Whoever governs a chaotic nation doesn’t matter to President Buhari.7 ASUU Strike Lingers as Union, FG Fight over Payment Platform ,ASUU Strike Nigeria ,ASUU Strike Nigeria

“Most of us would have said, no, not this type of high profile victims, if someone had said the KAD-ABJ Train kidnap victims will spend 80 days with kidnappers. We would have been mistaken, though. The victims themselves would have been mistaken to believe that they would only stay for a day or two.




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