NANS GIVES ASUU 7-DAYS DEAD-LINE TO RESUME WORK



The National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS) Abia State
chapter has given ASUU a seven-day ultimatum to call off the nearly
four months old strike or face confrontation by the students.
According to NANS, education is their right and not a privilege,
adding that by the lingering strike, the lecturers have denied them
their right. Addressing journalists yesterday in Umuahia, NANS Zone B
also said that the timing of the strike by ASUU was detrimental to the
security and economic situation of the country.
The students also faulted their lecturers for producing half-baked
graduates and blamed it on the lecturers, saying that the dearth of
facilities in the nation's universities has nothing to do with.
According to the Financial Secretary of NANS Zone B, Miracle Eluwah,
lecturers should be blamed for the poor quality of graduates turned
out, because they encourage sorting and sleeping with female students
and award them unmerited marks.


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