ASUU In Fresh Trouble As Students Drag Them Over School Resumption Date

School Resumption Date
School Resumption Date
School Resumption Date
School Resumption Date

ASUU is in fresh trouble as Nigerian students have dragged association for postponing school resumption date to 2021.

todaytrend News in Nigeria reports that Nigerian students have expressed disappointment over the statement by the President of the tutorial Staff Union of the faculties (ASUU), Prof. Biodun Ogunyemi, that the federal shouldn’t reopen schools until it’s safe for school kids .

todaytrend News in Nigeria reports that Nigerian students have expressed disappointment over the statement by the President of the tutorial Staff Union of the faculties (ASUU), Prof. Biodun Ogunyemi, that the federal shouldn’t reopen schools until it’s safe for school kids .

Reacting to ASUU statement, Juliet, a final year student of Agricultural Engineering, Federal Polytechnic Oko, said, “ASUU is inconsiderate by asking FG to postpone school resumption till 2021. Seriously my very own opinion is that the federal should stop paying their salary and again shouldn’t hear them thereon their opinion”

Shehu Shamsudeen Ahmad, a 200-Level student of Law at Usmanu Danfodiyo University, Sokoto (UDUS), urged the federal to not concentrate to the advice given by the ASUU.

“Nigerians should accept the actual fact that this pandemic has come to stay with us for the nonce , allow us to not use the pandemic as a cover to hinder the progress of our academic system.

Our education is significant and, as they say , ‘we are the long run of Nigeria’ let our schools be reopened,” he pleaded.

Jubril Ahmad, a 200-Level student of Economics (UDUS), said it had been obvious that ASUU was using COVID-19 as a route to urge the federal to satisfy its agreements before reopening schools.

He, however, implored the govt. to use the lockdown to fund schools and improve their facilities.

”The guidelines stipulated by the federal are so paramount which can be affected by the govt. itself through the availability of funds to high schools for successful operation.

This will also go an extended way in meeting standards. i’m in support of colleges reopening any moment from now then reopening next year,” he said.

Adeniyi Yusuff Olamilekan, a 100-Level student of Mass Communication, Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, noted that the 2021 date given by the ASUU wasn’t welcome because it’d affect students academically.

He urged the govt. to provide all the specified health materials which may prevent students from getting infected and to also change the way schools operated in terms of sophistication size reduction.

Adoyi Peter, a 200-Level student of medicine and Surgery (Udus), said: “I think the position of ASUU is based on the implementation of Memorandum of Understanding (MoU), and Memorandum of Agreement (MoA). However, if it’s otherwise, then they have no reason to support school closure.

If they say schools should be closed then they’re enemies of the students , not the govt. . If other sectors and institutions are on the run then certainly federal should equally reopen schools supported the COVID-19 guidelines and protocols.”.

Ajala Nafiu, a 200-Level student of drugs , Udus, said ASUU chairman was biased in his statement, despite the actual fact that the students are highly frustrated and uninterested with being locked reception .

“I urge President Muhammadu Buhari to please consider reopening schools soon; we are tired of being in our temperature .

We want to strive for our future which i think COVID-19 is just one of our trials on the road to success. If we stop now, i feel the successful future will then look seemingly impossible,” he said.

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