ASUU’s N92b Demand To End Strike: Open Letter To NLC President

August 14, 2013 – ASUU’s N92b Demand To End Strike: Open Letter To NLC President

Hello Mr Abdulwahed I. Omar,

I write you this letter personally as a son would write his father only that i would not shy away from letting you and your congress know how you have all failed the Nigerian students in general.

I would recall vividly how the call for industrial action against the removal of fuel subsidy payed off,not just because of the presence of civil workers or unsatisfied politicians that want to verge their anger on this administration but for the gallant effort young and vibrant students of the Nigerian universities put on even at the point of danger,we stood for a mission that would affect the common man.

Now its now turn for payback, payback in standing for the right and the future of this country once again, you have shown little or no interest to this issue by standing with the Nigerian student;may be because it’s not about playing politics this time, you are not interested.

The Academic staff union of Nigerian universities have embarked on an indefinite strike which has eaten deep into the fabric of our future but all that seem not important because its not politics, there is no money involve.

The NLC have being so quiet in doing noting in this regards.

Thanks to civil society groups and handful of interested parents for their rally in Lagos.

Sir with all due respect to your union,am really disappointed in you,as a father and as an activist.

Soon and very soon, all these meetings of deceitfulness ongoing everyday in Abuja all in the name of calling off the strike would soon fade away.

The student you push to the wall would all one day hunt all of you and change this country for the better in Jesus name.

Boko haram threat is even a minor epidemic hunting this country keep toiling with the future of this country.

Yours Sincerely,
Concerned student

14 thoughts on “ASUU’s N92b Demand To End Strike: Open Letter To NLC President

  1. wateva d lyk, let dem do it, it s their own business, if i ave my wayz i wouldnt mind abandoning my yrz in dz skul n fly abroad….inshort mk dem do wat d lyk m seriously tired of dem, yeye ppl…poor Nigerian’s govt, ghana s far more better dan you ppl

  2. if not for The bad Government, Nigeria as a country has all it takes to sponsor each person from each family to the level of attending higher institution. but due to the corrupt nature of the country and the so-call politician that we even send their Dogs abroad for Education. the country has remain a no go area for the poor masses. Assu, please, not minding the Government but for the seek of some that don’t have the money to send their children abroad, come back. the Lord we defintely punish the so call men in power

  3. how leaders should pls sort out this problem for us to go to school and become something to reduces crime in this country. And pls any thing you are doing very well if you are governor govern well if you are teacher teach well if you are reading read well if you killing kill well what what doing is what doing well

  4. ASUU should consider d poor masses spending extra 2 to 3 yrs in 4 or 5 yrs course.The socalled politicians children ar schooling abroad.But God is watching urs,everyone will give account of his/her life someday.Great Nigerian Students Great

  5. Its very easy to be indifferent because most of our politicians in Nigeria are not affected at the centre of matters. If they had two or more children in the public institutions probably they would have done something significantly better about it

  6. I wonder why you people keep saying what is not ok, i mean trying to insult ASUU, the fact is that the federal government were not sincere enough with the condition of education in Nigeria. How will the minister of finance say they can not afford to pay 87bn they are demanding. since they can avoid to be paying each senator 33m without stress. Also the same government is able to built or renovate Aso Rock kitchen. they have money to send there child abroad and to private university across the country. they neglect federal school and continue financing private school. Believe me if the ASUU can take there action up to the extent of stopping all the private institution in the country until the federal government attend to them will see that they will respond.

  7. let dem joow abeg assu pls for masses sake let’s return to schl dey won’t grant ur wish or let me say dey won’t fulfil dat promise. gr8 stdnts.

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