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Muslim Law students fault FG over ASUU strike


By Chienyenwa Chukwuemeka

The National Association of Muslim Law Students has condemned the Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU on going strike that has crippled activities at the universities.

Muslim Law students fault FG over ASUU strike
Muslim Law students fault FG over ASUU strike

In a release made available to Newsbeats, AbdulQayum Bello National Publicity Secretary of the body said the government has scored low in handling the negotiation between them and ASUU.

According to him, ” As a body, we are aware of the fact that investment in knowledge is the only way to ensure national identity and development. Its sad that the issues that have always caused strikes by ASUU members, end up at the drawing board of every administration who then give future promise which it doesn’t intend to keep.

NAMLAS hence, utilise this medium to urge Government and ASUU to reach an agreement the soonest so as to return the inutility that has befallen the tertiary institutions to normalcy, while pleading once more that education budgeting be increased to reflect the expectations placed on education and its expected impact on the development of the nation.” Bello stated.

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