Sowore Calls For protests By Nigerian Students Over Continuous ASUU Strike

Sowore Calls For protests By Nigerian Students Over Continuous ASUU Strike

African Action Congress (AAC) presidential aspirant, Omoyele Sowore, has called on Nigerian students to demand the reopening of public universities through massive protests. RipplesNigeria reports.

According to RipplesNigeria, in a tweet on Monday, the human rights activist frowned at the incessant strikes by the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) as a result of the government’s inactivity over the union’s demands. Information Guide Nigeria

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ASUU rolled over its warning strike by twelve weeks to further demand the fulfilment of negotiations by the federal government as contained in the 2020 MoA.

Speaking on the recent decision by the union, Sowore emphasised that the Federal Government failed to do anything because their children were abroad. jamb results

“Nigerian youth/students must teach these inhumane political rulers playing Russia roulette with their future a big lesson. Let the organizing start now, shut down everything with mass action, stood everything until our higher institutions are well funded”.

“They are doing this because their children don’t attend Nigerian universities”, he added.

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