In the general election scheduled for 2023, the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) has urged parents and students to reject the incumbent All Progressive Congress (APC), Stechitegist media reports.
Professor Emmanuel Osedeke, the national president of ASUU, claimed that the APC government had demonstrated that it was not prepared to respond to the group’s requests for changes to the university system.
According to ASUU, President Muhammadu Buhari’s APC administration does not prioritize the future or education of young people in Nigeria, according to StechiteGist Media.
This was said by Professor Osodeke on Thursday as he was speaking to journalists at the Obafemi Awolowo University in Ile-Ife, Osun State. He had just finished addressing the institution’s ASUU congress, which included teachers from various nearby universities.
On February 14, 2022, ASUU called a strike and demanded that the federal government carry out the 2009 agreement it made with the organization.
Osodeke bemoaned the Federal Government’s casual approach toward matters pertaining to education in the nation, saying in a press conference that ASUU will not give up on its fight to ensure better funding for institutions.
We target Nigerians as well. Their lives are at stake in this issue. There will be an election in the next five to six months. They should cast their PVCs, and they should vote out everybody who has put them through this.
They have the right to. The people should vote them out because while the children of those leaders will be attending school abroad, the children of the people cannot be at home. They should utilize their PVCs since that is their right, according to Sodeke.
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