There is no end in sight for ASUU strike

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Students continue to put their future on hold as strike extended indefinitely.

TVC News Nigeria gives us a report about the extension of the ASUU strike.

The recent development of internal conflict within Nigeria has been a cause for grave concern among many groups and individuals. The Arewa transformational leaders are one such group who see it as a national tragedy. They have expressed their concern that the continuous closure of universities will give room for more Nigerian youths to be recruited into the folds of bandits, especially in the North. This is a very real and present danger that must be addressed. It is imperative that we find a way to quell the unrest and conflict within Nigeria so that our youths can have a bright and prosperous future.


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Ask Nigeria
25 days ago

There is no end in sight for ASUU strike Students continue to put their future on hold as strike extended indefinitely.Express your point of view.

Bola12
Member
23 days ago

This ASUU is putting the life of thousands of students in jeopardy, this is totally unfair, they should please reconsider this decision

Adeolastan
Member
24 days ago

It is very sad that the federal government has lost one of it major responsibility of providing quality and affordable education system to it citizen and everyday they come to tell the citizens that Billions is been lost and they refuse to pomp the money to education sector.

Ultra0711
Member
24 days ago

Our education system is in shambles with the incessant ASUU strike as the federal government has failed to find a way to dialogue with the organization.

Iyanu12345ogg
Member
24 days ago

It is necessary for FG and ASUU to find solution to put an end to the strike. The students are the ones suffering here and it not nice at all.

Adesanyaj72
Member
24 days ago

This is why students keep travelling out of thee country because this delay is not good for students that have plans for their future l

Hassan Isa
Member
24 days ago

Our educational sector is in shambles and that is a bad image for the country, a solution on the problem should be dealt with.

Godsewill Ifeanyi
Member
24 days ago

Student enthusiasm towards education is low as a result of the strike; having spent many months at home without any prospect of returning to school anytime soon, students have lost hope in the educational system.

Tolaniiii
Member
24 days ago

These lecturers right now are being inconsiderate, they are destroying the lives of thousands of student just because of what they want to get from the government, they should just reconsider there decision.

Christiana
Member
24 days ago

Our government has to be worst of all, this strike has been on-going for over 6 months now and they’ve not been able to caution the ASUU members or at least give in to what they what.

Nwachukwu Kingsley
Member
24 days ago

This prolonged strike by ASUU members is a very real and present danger that needs to be handled as quickly as possible since it hinders the prosperity of the country.

Remi1
Member
24 days ago

This is terrible news, ASUU is making students useless at home and that is very bad because the students will be jobless and venture into all stuffs

Tonerol10
Member
24 days ago

Government wey no get pity, Government wey no care, Government wey hate Nigeria.
What else,,, is obvious that this present government no get solution to our problems. Since is not affecting them. All their children are schooling in another man’s country. Using own money to fix their bills and living a good life with our money. Government of Nigeria una well done ooooooo.
Get your PVC ready, let us change party too

Haykaylyon26
Member
24 days ago

Student are emotionally disappointed in education their moral on education is low because of strike, they have waste many month at home without the hope of returning back to school soon our education is really disappointed

Abusi
Member
24 days ago

Indefinite strike again after all these ones we have experienced. It is really unfortunate. When are we going to get it right in the educational sector. The students are the ones suffering here.

DimOla
Member
24 days ago

It seems this ASUU strike will only come to end after this selfish administration. They money to give Niger government to purchase vehicle but never considering our educational system; they have money to give the Fulani herders in Katsina for building cattle ranches and infrastructure but non for ASUU. The Abacha loot was diverted to some where else to give room for embezzlement yet our schools are unattended to. It is a big shame for this administration. The APC government has ruin this nation. Which way Nigeria?

theApr
Member
24 days ago

These struggles have persistent for too long. ASUU strike didn’t just start this year, it’s been all along. This shows the misplacement of priority of the government. Because amidst all of these, they still have money to embezzle. No money, yet we keep hearing of mismanagement of funds. This country reeks of disgust.

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SarahDiv
Member
24 days ago

Our President Buhari doesn’t mean well for this nation call Nigeria. For over six months now there are no headways for this continuous ASUU strike. Yet they have money to give Niger to buy vehicles, they have money to give in Kastina state to build ranches for Fulani herders. God is watching.

Taiwoo
Member
25 days ago

The recent outbreak of civil war within Nigeria has given rise to significant concerns on the part of a great number of organisations and individuals, and the current state of affairs in the country does not bode well at all.

Chibuzor
Member
25 days ago

It is absolutely necessary for us to locate a solution that would put an end to the turmoil and strife that is plaguing Nigeria so that the future for our younger generation will be bright and prosperous.

Kazeem1
Member
25 days ago

This is just very sad, the so-called giant of Africa put tertiary education on hold for over 8 months, that is not meant to be at all