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Consider donating 40% of proceeds from sale of parties’ forms to ASUU – Group

NAN remembers that ASUU, on Monday, May 9, prolonged its three months previous strike by yet one more 12 weeks.

ASUU had launched into the nationwide warning strike on Feb. 14, 2022.

The industrial motion is geared toward urgent house its calls for which embody revitalisation of public universities, earned tutorial allowances and the deployment of the University Transparency and Accountability Solution for cost of college lecturers.

Okereafor mentioned: “In the curiosity of nationwide growth, we strongly imagine that donating 40 per cent of proceeds from the sale of nomination and expression of curiosity forms to ASUU will instantly see faculties reopening.

“This name follows the continued ASUU strike and the failure of the federal government to yield to its calls for as signed in a 2009 settlement, by the then administration whilst we perceive authorities is a continuum.

“We wish to urge political parties to consider donating 40 per cent of the total proceeds from the sale of forms to ASUU in the best interest of Nigerian students and youths.”

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The PSM chief mentioned ought to any political social gathering yield to the decision for the donation of 40 per cent of whole proceeds from the sale of forms to ASUU, “such political party or parties will tend to enjoy the massive support and votes of Nigerian students”.

“We are conscious that some political events have to date generated over N19 billion from the sale of nomination and expression of curiosity forms.

“We are optimistic that ought to such a gesture be supplied by political events, the federal government will likely be left with no possibility apart from settling the remaining stability of ASUU calls for.

“It should be noted that Nigerian students will no longer tolerate smooth political activities while our campuses are under lock and key,” he mentioned.

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