ASUU News Today (20th November 2018)

ASUU News Today (20th Nov 2018) – As of today 20th day of November, ASUU is still on strike as meeting with fg ended in deadluck…


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2019 poll: NANS warns Buhari over ASUU strike

The National Association of Nigerian Students has vowed to  scupper  Muhammadu Buhari’s chances  of winning  the 2019 presidential election if   the President refuses to meet the Academic Staff Union of Universities  and Colleges of Education Academic Staff Union’s demands.

NANS’ National Public Relations Officer,   Azeez Adeyemi, said this  on Monday  after a peaceful protest  by the association   in Abeokuta, Ogun State, over the  Federal   Government’s alleged refusal to meet   ASUU   and COEASU’s demands.


Adeyemi  told reporters  at the Nigeria Union of Journalists Ogun State Secretariat, Abeokuta,  they would continue to protest   until the Federal Government resolves its problems with ASUU and COEASU.

He said, “We won’t continue to serve a government that does not understand the value of education. If you choose not to yield to the demands of ASUU and COEASU, we will  continue our protest.


“Mr. President, NANS is giving you this for free that, come 2019, we are going to show you the  road through our votes  to Daura  if after today’s nationwide  protest, you still refuse to respect the voice of over 50 million Nigerian students.

“We hereby call on the Federal Government to meet  the demands of ASUU and COEASU, because, we have resolved not to go back on this struggle.”


Adeyemi  also  accused the Buhari  government of poor budgeting for the education sector.

He said, “Our universities, polytechnics, Colleges  of Education’s  laboratories are outdated, no research apparatus, our lecture rooms are dilapidated.”


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