After NANS vowed that all major roads across the country would be blocked by students in mass street protest on the expiration of the ultimatum if the strike is not called off for students to resume classes.
NANS’ position was contained in a statement on Wednesday by its President, Sunday Ashefon.
Ashefon threatened that Nigerian students would take to the streets at the expiration of the ultimatum if the strike continues.
The statement read, “We advise the Federal Government and ASUU, in their best interests, to reach a compromise between now and Monday, March 28, 2022 or risk our unprecedented fury.
“We hope the time between now and March 28 will afford our influential past leaders the window of opportunity to lobby their friends in government to see the danger our collective rage will cause the nation.
“The National Assembly should also do everything possible within this time to end the strike. Since they rejected the bill prohibiting public officers from sending their wards to institutions abroad, they have the mandate to make our public institutions work and now that they are failing in that responsibility, the public will respond appropriately.
Taraba State University Student Jalingo make it viral as they all went out in masses and block all the federal road in the state.
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