So bad that we feel less concern about the things that affect our society, but invest so much time and energy on less important and trending things.
If every Nigerian feel concerned and share a post on ending the ongoing ASUU strike action that has affected our students badly just as we’ve invested so much of our time and participated on this 10 Years Challenge, at least no matter how blind the authorities may seem, they’d surely see it and come to their senses that their actions and inaction is negatively affecting the future and destiny of promising Nigerian youths.
Sadly, even the students don’t know what to do despite the fact that they’re largely the ones to determine the next Nigerian President if the votes will count.
Unfortunately and more disappointing is that fact that some over graduates who have failed to leave students unionism in the name of NANS has gambled with the fate of the students community by pledging their loyalty and 20 million votes to PMB for a little token. So bad
If NANS was wise enough and serious to intervene, the best they should’ve done was to mobilize the Nigerian students community to boycott the February 16th and March 2nd Polls as a protest to compel the government to rise to their responsibility. so bad!
Sadly, they’ve become an instrument of support to same persons that have showed less concerned to the academic destiny of the students they claim to represent.
Nigerians, instead of 10 Years Challenge, let’s lend voices to ameliorate the plight of our students.
It’s so bad that Nigerian politics doesn’t consider the masses that you know already, cos every reasonable government ought not to be told that education is a key an major factor that Contributes to national development rather they only care about their self Interest, as you have said earlier even the body representing the student community has failed the students as for me one thing I will not do is to embark on protest , because of my past experience.
by Ezekiel Godstime & Erastus Isaac