ASUU STRIKE: ‘Guardians, young people hanging tight for 2023 to communicate outrage, agonies’

ASUU STRIKE: 'Guardians, young people hanging tight for 2023 to communicate outrage, agonies'

ASUU STRIKE: 'Guardians, young people hanging tight for 2023 to communicate outrage, agonies'

The Middle Belt Movement for Justice and Peace, MBMJP, has said Nigerian guardians and adolescents would, in 2023 show their displeasure, agonies and frustrations over the lazy mentality of the All Progressives Congress, APC-drove Federal Government to determine the waiting Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU, strike.

The gathering said Nigerians had long understood that the APC government didn’t have good intentions for Nigerian adolescents thus the public authority’s aloofness to the strike in the country’s state funded colleges.

The Convener of MBMJP, Joe Bukka, was end of the week responding to the remarks by the Minister of State for Labor, Festus Keyamo on the ASUU strike, when he highlighted on ‘Governmental issues Today’ a Channels TV program

The Minister had, in addition to other things, said “the country can’t come to a standstill since we need to deal with the requests of ASUU. We should go to additional basic issues while I am here.”

Bukka said it was obvious from the remark of the Minister that the APC-drove Federal Government was not keen on paying attention to ASUU and furthermore thought often less about the situation of Nigerian adolescents.

He said: “How could a Minister address Nigerians in such a way about a strike that has left Nigerians irate and disturbed?

“He was possibly offending the sensibilities of Nigerians when he said the public authority didn’t have cash to fulfill the needs of ASUU.

“However, the public authority had cash to give to Afghanistan and furthermore buy fascinating vehicles for Niger Republic. This is an administration that tracked down it practical to have a rail line run from Nigeria to Niger Republic; a Government where an individual took near N100 billion, yet the public authority doesn’t have cash to fulfill the needs of ASUU.

“We are not shocked; we have not failed to remember that this equivalent government labeled our young people as languid adolescents. This is an administration that has made life deplorable for Nigerians through terrible strategies that have dove Nigeria’s into incredible destitution.

“He was attempting to look at a dumbfounded government that has obliterated every one of the increases past organizations made which balanced out our economy, to the Goodluck Jonathan organization.

“Perhaps he doesn’t realize that Nigerians believe this APC government should return us to where they thought that we are in 2015.

“The Minister can’t imagine that he doesn’t realize that Nigerians are lamenting democratic this APC government into power in 2015. He ought to understand that we are Nigerians and we realize that the moment of retribution is coming.

“They can keep on treating the ASUU hit with much aloofness in light of the fact that their kids are not in the state funded colleges, but rather they should likewise understand that 2023 is quick drawing nearer.

“Nigerians are standing by anxiously to show their outrage, agonies and disillusionments towards this administration with their votes.

“This organization has harmed Nigerians and individuals are injured, the previous they understand that, the better for those functionaries who come on TV to show their swagger as opposed to being clearheaded for the maladministration that is looking straight at us as a country.”

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