Two Years Is Not Too Much To Sacrifice, Asuu Chairman Tells Students

Two Years Is Not Too Much To Sacrifice, Asuu Chairman Tells Students
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It is not too much to sacrifice 2 years, Asuu Chairman, Prof. Emmanuel Osodeke speaks to the students.

The ongoing industrial action will be 155 days old by first of August and this has kept many students in dismay and hopelessness. Many students have resolute to different kinds of jobs to survive amidst the ongoing strike.

National President of the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU), Prof. Emmanuel Osodeke has asked Nigerian students to be patient with the union in its current struggles, adding that two years is not too much to sacrifice.

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In an interview with BBC Pidgin amidst the NLC protests, Osodeke was quoted as saying “We beg Nigerian students to be patient with us, Two years is not too much to sacrifice.”

The statement suggests for more patience from university students even if the strike lasts two years.

Currently, the national labour congress (NLC) started a massive End-Strike Protest in all states and we believe that the federal government will respond positively to this.

Do you want this strike to end? Try and share this update. From all indications, the interest in education is zero to the current administration in Nigeria.