Checkout Nigerians Reaction To ASUU Strike On Twitter



Nigerians on Twitter have reacted to the commencement of indefinite strike by the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) on Monday.

ASUU embarked on strike to protest the poor funding of Nigerian universities and alleged plan by the federal government to increase students fees and introduce an education bank.

I share the belief that ASUU strike is a peaceful & justifiable action to save public universities in https://t.co/zEhmIPesN4 70$ per barrel,Nigeria can afford to adequately fund public univ.Elites in power who can afford to educate their wards abroad, should have some honour.

— Senator Shehu Sani (@ShehuSani) November 5, 2018

I hope that the people angling for our votes in 2019 will set out clear plans for how to stop the incessant ASUU strikes. How they’ll improve basic literacy and numeracy. How they’ll deal with out-of-school children. How they’ll get our hospitals to work for everyone. I hope.

— Dr. Joe Abah (@DrJoeAbah) November 5, 2018

Buhari’s handling of the education sector is nothing to write home about. ASUU has gone on strike 3 times since 2015. Number of out of school kids is growing. Infrastructure, worse. No sane policy formulation/implementation. The Minister cannot even clearly articulate his views.

— Dr. Dípò (The Career/Jobs🔌) (@OgbeniDipo) November 5, 2018

The worse thing about ASUU strike is that the duration is unpredictable. It could last a week or last so long that your course mates will marry & give births to 3kids before it ends.

2013 Strike i left school slim, resumed in 2014 an Orobo😭

— KinG NomSo👑 (@ani_nomso) November 5, 2018

I thought ASUU strike always come once in 4yrs.
This back to back match in one year got me thinking oo

— Ogochukwu ❤ (@_emmalez) November 5, 2018

Good morning, you are aboard BEOING 2018, ASUU airways, we have just taken off from strike airport,Nigeria
if this is your first time flying, there are 2 things to note:
1) Don’t stay idle
2) try to read (exam can start any modafoking time after strike)
Do have a nice flight.

— LASU BREED (@lasubred) November 5, 2018

ASUU is on strike, NLC, TUC are preparing for Nationwide strike, National Union of Air Transport Employees are ready for indefinite strike. Many Nigerians are on hunger strike. Buhari and his loyalists are celebrating WAEC result. This is Nigeria.

— AJALA (@UNCLE_AJALA) November 5, 2018

ASUU strike today, ASUU strike tomorrow, after the whole stress, NYSC stress will set in and afterwards no employment….
Me am suggesting we sell this country oo maybe to USA or Canada and we all share the money

Who is with me on this? pic.twitter.com/PQHtRZlMUr

— Honormeh Aganga’s Blog (@Honormeh_aganga) November 5, 2018

I like to laud the industrial action embark by @ASUU & @NLC 
This's the right time 2hold this government to a ransom#NLCStrike#ASUUStrike

— Edet Edem Akpan⏺ (@EdetEdemAkpan) November 5, 2018

Every organisation..in fact, all Nigerians should go on strike. Haba! Politicians and political office holders are sucking the nation dry😢. How will someone be earning over 30million naira monthly for just saying "Hi" or "Nay" four 4yrs.
No project, nothing! #sad #ASUUstrikepic.twitter.com/hinxJ4Cbdg

— Dotun Jubal (@dr_jubal) November 5, 2018

How can this nation survive ?
Every day political crisis, suspension of study Is more frequent than electricity. Were did we go wrong? Is this state not old enough to keep facing such shameful acts. How can our leaders at all leves be so corrupt ? 
#ASUUstrike

— Henry chigozie (@Henrych79087214) November 5, 2018

Now that a fresh secondary school graduate is about entering university, #ASUUstrike done de com…chaii #ASUU … Somthing is wrong with this country NIGERIA🇳🇬..It is not possible to sell this country neh😅😏

— Leo Peeq (@ebuka_pq) November 5, 2018

Perhaps it’s time for Federal Government to hands off tertiary institutions and use the money to fund primary and secondary school education #ASUUStrike

— blessing olomu (@blessingolomu) November 5, 2018

With the incessant academic and the imminent industrial strike beginning tomorrow, and at almost every coming year of different political calendar in the country, will it just be safe to assumed we are progressing as a nation?😭😭😭 #ASUUstrike

— Olatunji Adeadebosin (@yemecstasy) November 5, 2018


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