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#EndSARS: Calling Off ASUU Strike Would Decrease The Agitation Of The Youths – MBMPJ

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The Middle Belt Movement for Peace and Justice, MBMPJ has come out to beg the Federal Government to quickly resolve its issues with the Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU so that students can go back to school.

MBMPJ recently revealed that having the students back in school will help to reduce the current agitation and protests by the youths.

According to the convener of MBMJP, Comrade Joe Bukka, it is sad that the government has not been proactive enough with its handling the prolonged strike because the youths are simply frustrated by the failure of the government to have them return to school.

He added that the general impression is that our leaders send their children overseas to study while the local universities that the children of the poor attend are being killed gradually because of the government’s insensitivity.

His words, “We had expected that immediately the protest broke out, the federal government would move swiftly to resolve all the issues it has with ASUU in order to have the strike called off.

“Regrettably they were not proactive enough considering that majority of those you see on the streets are university students who have stayed at home for over six months and are feeling frustrated by the failure of the government to have them return to school.

“In fact the general impression is the our leaders send their children overseas to study while the local universities that the children of the poor attended are being killed gradually through government’s insensitivity aside the hardship in the country.

“So knowing fully well that if you have our students who constitute majority of the protesters back to school you would successfully remove a large majority of them off the streets and the protest would naturally crumble. That was what we expected the government to do.

“We gathered that ASUU leadership, after last week’s meeting asked for time to meet with the branches before conveying their decision to the government on Wednesday. We think that the government is not acting fast, the matter should not be allowed to drag any further, just have it resolved and get our children back to school immediately.”


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