‘I’ve Been On Master’s Since 2020’, Students Lament Effect Of ASUU Strike
As the -month’s caution strike of the Association of Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) ends on Monday, the ninth of May, the Union is about to start an indefinite strike.
The choice is a part of the deliberations at the continuingassembly of ASUU executives in Abuja.
Students at authorities-owned universities had been out of lecture roomsseeing that February 14, 2022.
Other unions together with the Non-Academic Staff Union of Universities (NASU) and the Senior Staff Association of Nigerian Universities (SSANU) have additionally declared strikes, shutting down the collegegadget completely.
The unions started the strike movementturned to compel the authorities to put in forcenumerous agreements reached with them, however, each event didn’tattain a truce after numerous negotiations.
Meanwhile, Nigerians on Twitter have expressed anger over the plan.
@AtandaIfe stated, “Please no. We are begging. Just pity the vulnerable. The youngstersof that plenty are reading in personalfaculties and a fewoutdoor the country. The youngsters of the negative are those feeling the ache and whose lives are on hold… When elephants fight, it’s the grass under….”
@Sanibanasko statedseeing that he enrolled for his master’s in 2020, he’snonethelessnow no longerviadue tothe lingering strike.
“I do now no longerapprehend this strike. I implemented for my Master’s diploma in 2020 and I even havenow no longer graduated yet,” he tweeted.
@IsiaqJamiu10 wrote, “Heyyyy Close to 4month is caution strike Haaaa So, you simplyneedto begin the indefinite now and I recognize ASUU, their strike can’t much less than a yr Hmmmmm……MAY GOD HELP OUR COUNTRY.”