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AAUA students protest ASUU strike, seek intervention of govs

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Following extension of the strike motion embarked upon by the Tutorial Employees Union of Universities, ASUU, college students of Adekunle Ajasin College Akungba-Akoko, AAUA, on Friday staged a peaceable protest over the state of affairs.

The scholars, who had been armed with placards of varied inscriptions, stormed the foremost freeway on the important entrance of the establishment.

They urged state governors to become involved within the negotiation as they revealed that the difficulty is now past the federal authorities.

In the course of the protest, they chanted totally different solidarity songs as they decried the continued deadlock between ASUU and the federal authorities.

A few of the placards learn “Revitalize our Training” “Finish ASUU Strike” “Save our future” amongst others.

President of the College students’ Union Authorities, Kolade Ogunsanmi, condemned the continued strike motion throughout the demonstration in Akungba- Akoko.

In accordance with him, the protest was staged to specific the scholars’ dissatisfaction over the state of affairs.

Ogunsanmi bemoaned the fixed shutdown of public universities, urging each ASUU and the Federal Authorities to succeed in an settlement.

Seyifunmi Francis Adeosun, a 300-level legislation scholar, appealed to state governors to intercede as a result of the issue was past the federal authorities.

AAUA college students protest ASUU strike, search intervention of govs

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