Nigerian Students React To ASUU Strike
Nigerian students have taken to Twitter to express their displeasure at the unceasing strike action undertaken by members of the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU).
Now a yearly occurrence, ASUU strikes impede the Nigerian educational system, throwing the academic calendar off course and extending the duration of study.
A recent cover by Guardian Life recorded that since its inception in 1999, ASUU has cumulatively gone on strike for over 50 months (more than four years).
Nigerian students have left no stone unturned to express their displeasure and protest against the continued paralysis of academic action caused by this strike action.
In fact, at the meeting held between the FG and the ASUU on Monday, NANS expressed their displeasure at the continued strike action demanding answers to which the Minister of Education, Adamu Adamu walked out on.
See the full video and read reactions by Nigerians HERE:
A minister walks out of a Meeting with Nigerian Students on ASUU strike:
Trouble started when in the course of the meeting, the students leadership questioned the minister for putting the education sector in a mess while sending his children abroad.
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