ASUU strike began on February 14, 2022. The unions started the strike to demand improved welfare packages, better working conditions, and the implementation of various labour agreements signed with the Federal Government between 2009 and 2020.
A few day ago the president came out to say
Truly, enough is enough for keeping students at home. Don’t hurt the next generation for goodness sake.”
In response to this the the ASUU president, Prof Emmanuel Osekede said in a meeting with NANS on Tuesday.
” I do not understand why Mr President said that “enough is enough’’ when we are not the one delaying the students at home.”
“The federal government had sent its team to negotiate with us and we have finished. Instead of coming back to us to tell us the outcome of the meeting, we are hearing this.”
“If you set up a committee to negotiate on your behalf, and the committee has finished and they have brought the information to you to sign and then you said enough is enough, what does this mean.”
Meanwhile some Nigerian youths have taken to their social media to attack the current administration for lack of concern to the educational crisis in the country.