End Asuu Strike Now Or We Distrupt Polls – Nigerian Student Tells Government – Tertiary institutions undergraduate have warned to disorganize the general polls if the authority neglects to resolve matters with the Academic Staff Union of Universities & stop the current ASUU strike before the election.
Talking under the wing of the National Association of Nigeria Students, the gathering said they would likewise assemble their individuals to avoid the election.
They expressed this on Wednesday amid a challenge walk through the Niger Bridge Head in Onitsha, Anambra State.
While calling ASUU & the Academic Staff Union of Polytechnics to determine their issues with the Authority, the undergraduate said they would disorganized the polls if nothing was done about the strike.
ASUU on November 5, 2018 set out on an inconclusive strike following the Federal Government’s inability to respect the Memorandum of Understanding it endorsed with the association in 2017.
The demonstrator including NANS South-East & South-South sections blockaded the road to expressed their disappointment at the persistent strike.
They conveyed signs of different engravings, for example, “ASUU/ASUP strike, another way to increase crime”, “ No resumption, no elections”, “We are tired of endless negotiations”, “End strike now” & “Save education, end strike now”.
Tending to the media from that point, NANS Zone B facilitator, Okereke Godson, said the undergraduate would not remain at home while the nation holds polls.
He stated,”We will chase away voters on election day if the Federal Government fails to agree terms with ASUU and end the strike.”
“Nigeria students are tired of staying at home doing nothing while the elections hold. We are calling on the Federal Government to negotiate with ASUU to end the strike or forget about the 2019 elections.”
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