ASUU STRIKE: Interviews With Affected Parents Concerning The Ongoing Strike

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The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) had an interviews with some of the affected parent of the ongoing strike of ASUU, in Abuja.

Mr Musa Gimba, a parent in Abaji Area Council, said the lecturers who builds the senators that are being paid sitting and sleeping allowances should be regarded and government should grant their demands, that the children will return to school.

Mr Silas Lagi, a parent of a child studying veterinary medicine at University of Abuja, revealed that the children’s (students) focus are being shift at every action of strike and also prolong their academic years.

He explained that there is problem in the country, if politician and government appointed are able to buy N100m forms for their political ambition.

He also said, he was pained the government did not feel the strike impact on their children because they didn’t allow their children to attend public school.

Also, a parent in Kwail Area Council, Mrs Julian David, explained that, her son could not graduate due to the strike action. Her son is a final year student at Nasarawa State University.

She urged the government and ASUU to reach an agreement that the strike can be call-off.

“The Federal Government must at all costs meet the demands of the union to save the future of our children,” she said.

Written by: Abigael Daramola

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