Ibadan — The Academic Workers Union of Universities (ASUU) has berated Senate President Ahmad Lawan for asking protesting college students to no longer make utilize of their reveal to disrupt political activities.
The University of Ibadan ASUU chapter chairman, Prof. Ayo Akinwole, acknowledged on Thursday in a press liberate that Lawan represented the class of political vipers crooked on destroying the formula forward for teenagers of the masses.
Akinwole acknowledged as a presidential aspirant of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Lawan did no longer prove the means to resolve considerations by no longer sharp the importance of education over political activities.
He acknowledged it used to be unbecoming of a Senate president to prioritise political activities over education.
ASUU went on strike on February 14, nerve-racking higher circumstances of provider, funding for public universities and deployment of the University Transparency Accountability Resolution (UTAS), among other things.
“It’s impossible for a Senate president to envision political activities as more critical than having college students support to study and fabricate the society. The Union, ASUU, informed, lobbied and appealed to the Senate to avert the strike, however they weren’t drawing near. We study a pair of dwelling real to the ruling political elites and never Nigeria,” confused Akinwole. “To this set apart of politicians, something can suffer however their access to the total treasury. That is an indication of irresponsibility.”
He counseled the college students for combating for his or her rights.
“Education is a legitimate and never a privilege,” acknowledged the ASUU chief in UI. “The formative years, Nigerian college students have an inalienable honest correct to be stricken and must procure actions they regarded as applicable to gain their future.”