Give Us 200 Billion Make We Suspend Strike – ASUU President Prof. Emmanuel Osodeke

Asuu president

Academic Staff Union of University (Asuu) President Prof. Emmanuel Osodeke has said the federal government has not demonstrated readiness to address the prolonged ASUU strike that has forced Nigerian students in public tertiary institutions at home.

Professor Osodeke argued that

Him talk say E the funny make Government say Them no fit raise 200Billion.

Him say Nigeria Government Get 4trillion to Pay For Fuel Subsidy but them request for only 200billion for them to suspend the strike.

Him say if Nigeria Government comot N200 billion inside 4Trillion e go still remain 3.8Trillion shey you the see am.

As them no care about our education and future them no gree.

Him still talk say e the take Nigeria University only 3 Month for them to locally produce University Transparent and Accountability Solution (UTAS) which performed at 97.3 percent to replace the foreign Integrated Payroll Personnel Information System (IPPIS).

Him talk say Government wey Rise 4Trillion for Fuel Subsidy fit still raise 4 trillion for education.

Fuel subsidy and Nigerian education na him be important thing for any country wey want move forward.


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