2023: Don’t vote politicians with no passion for education, says ASUU

“My advice to the students is that for any country to develop, people must make sacrifices and that’s what they are doing. You just agree that Nigerian university system has collapsed or at the verge of collapsing, if not for ASUU and its present struggle. If by this strike universities are well-funded, students will live in good hostels, stay in classrooms where they will not have to hang around windows when having lectures or sitting on a bare floor. So, it’s a struggle, not just for themselves, but also for future generations.”


The ASUU President expressed worry that the Federal Government could attend to the plight of the aviation sector when it threatened to go on strike because that’s the only means of transportation for politicians and public office holders.


On ASUU OAU chapter crisis where a faction had emerged, he said: “We have said a number of things here (Congress) and the good thing is that we now have a new vice chancellor that loves this (OAU) university. From my interactions with him, he loves this university and also raised the issue of not having division here. So, we do hope that with him around, we will resolve all the issues so that OAU will come back to how it was in the past as one of the leading campuses of the ASUU. I know with the commitment that this new vice chancellor has shown within the few days he has spent, we will resolve the issues once and for all.”

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