Asuu Vows To Unleash Next Agenda If Demands Are Not Met.

The Federal Government Of Nigeria had been serially accused by the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) for planning to kill education in Nigeria by making it inaccessible to the poor masses.

According to Asuu, this movement of the federal government has led to a high increase in the rate of cybercrimes, kidnapping, ritual killings and banditry aminy the average Nigerian Youth.

Professor Biodun Oyeyemi the national chairman of the union disclosed this during the weekend at a Town and Gown meeting with the students'union leaders, parents and the alumni of a Nigeria Universities at the Africa Hall University of ilorin.

He also added that while the rich celebrates the graduation if their children from institutions of learning in abroad while the poor were made strictly to suffer the burnt of the Federal Government's poor attitude to education in Nigeria.

The National Chairman of the union, Professor Oyeyemi who incessantly maintained that the current ongoing strike action embarked by its' union was necessitated by the deliberate refusal of the government to fund the University education and leaving the nation's Universities facilities and equipment to decay.

However the union has reach and signed a memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the federal government on the need of improving the campuses facilities, welfare, students welfare and academics promotion but we're neglected by the government.

The Union therefore vows to reveal it's next agenda if the federal government refuse to negotiate on its demands as scheduled.

According to Oyeyemi, Nigeria can fund free education if the government shows the right attitude to Education, block every finacial leakage and curb corruption in the country.

The past leaders of the union, Professor Sule, Abdullahi Kano and Professor Nasir Issa Fagge in their separate advised parents, the public and the students to support the Union's fight to clean the rot in Nigeria's education System.

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