ASUU REPLIES BUHARI, SAYS “ENOUGH CAN’T ’t BE ENOUGH

The Tutorial Employees Union of Universities (ASUU) has reacted to President Muhammadu Buhari’s feedback that “sufficient is sufficient” of the continuing strike by the college lecturers.

 

Mr Buhari had known as on the placing lecturers to name off the strike, saying that he hoped the union “will sympathise with the individuals on the extended strike.”

 

“Really, sufficient is sufficient for protecting college students at dwelling. Don’t harm the following era for goodness sake,” Mr Buhari had mentioned when he obtained some governors of the All Progressives Congress, legislators, and different political leaders at his residence in Daura, Katsina State, on Monday.

 

ASUU replies

 

In response, ASUU mentioned sufficient can’t be sufficient “till the president strikes to reposition the decaying public college schooling within the nation.”

 

The union accused Mr Buhari of not performing presidentially by addressing the problems that led to the strike.

 

The response was contained in a press release by the Lagos zone of the union and signed by its coordinator, Adelaja Odukoya.

 

The assertion learn partially: “For the data Mr President, sufficient won’t be sufficient within the wrestle to reposition the general public college schooling in Nigeria below this current administration and past so long as the Nigerian public universities are decreased to glorified secondary colleges for the manufacturing of poor high quality and globally uncompetitive, rejected and unemployable graduates; Nigerian teachers stay one of many poorest paid students not solely in Africa however the world; our universities are unattractive to college students and students from throughout the globe; universities within the international locations are made constituency tasks and mushroomed for political exigencies; Nigerian universities, no because of IPPIS are run as authorities parastatals; Nigerian universities are seen as profit- centres the place authorities and its functionaries can acquire cash to fund its extreme gastronomical greed.”

 

The union blamed the federal government for the elongation of the strike which has lasted  nearly 5 months.

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