Nigerian Students Want ASUU Strike 2013 Called Off; Police Stop UNILAG Students From Protesting

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Sept 23, 2013 – Nigerian Students Want ASUU Strike 2013 Suspended; Police Stop UNILAG Students From Protesting

ASUU Strike 2013 Protest Banned In Nigeria: Police Stop UNILAG Students From Protesting

A group consisting of UNILAG students that started the mobilization of a protest via social media network few days ago has been banned from protesting.

About 10 Police vans have been stationed at UNILAG gate to prevent the planned ASUU strike from taking place.

The students initially plan to hold the protest at the Gani Fawehinmi Freedom Park in Ojota before police came in.

The purpose of the ASUU strike protest is to end the prolonged strike and the reversal of increased tuiton fees at Lagos State University and the reinstatement of Student Union Government at UNILAG.

Most of these students are tired of staying at home since the strike began on the 2nd of July, 2013.

Here are more photos of the stationed police vans to disrupt the planned strike

24 thoughts on “Nigerian Students Want ASUU Strike 2013 Called Off; Police Stop UNILAG Students From Protesting

  1. Not a regular com mentor though a frequent reader,b4 I commence I would like to say do not be the individual hater if u don’t agree with the comment fine. Nigeria university are the only higher institution in west africa that has continuously engaged in Asuu strike if any on call recall in our uni we don’t have 1995 jambites tis was as a result of Asuu strike. I believe Asuu is in d right direction bcos our rulers have d attitude we are nigeria when they get tired d striking lectures will call off their strike. Why hav FG not implement the agreement since 2009 whilst senators and HR. Furniture and other allowances have be implemented most of this arrant fools don’t have wht the lectures have academically hence the nation is so corrupt and always backward,am aware most lectures are worst anyway but the issue here is imagine the amount of money GEJ have spent on Jets since he became presido on nigeria not the mention the white elephant project amounting to trillions yet they propagate that youth are the future leaders how will they be good leaders when their foundation is been destroyed by the today leaders. It pains me most that GEJ was a lecturer before destiny smiled at him he has forgotten so soon that he was once and still a lecturer because if in the western word some would go back to the classroom after their tenure rather than be grateful to God for giving him a shoe he’s trying to make himself God to nigeria did he wrestle to become a commissioner on a journey to president while can’t he be reasonable and allow the same God that placed him to finish his work must he rule for a second term? Is not for me to answer but he. Asuu if it will cost you guys a year to place nigeria universities among other strike free institute and give our children the quality education they are agitating for but they should be aware that some of them ASUU are waiting to loot. Am aware also that our children are those on the losing end as most have be victim of sudden/untimely death as a result of either accident or be shot by our trigger drunk police, robbery and many more,however lot of citizen has become victims to the bad student as well. GEJ let 2015 takes course and stop chasing 2015 suppose God visit him with plagues just like his boss nigerians our problem is greed. FG should meet up wit his agreement why punish the youth who are his vote in the next election because they so believe in rigging election they don’t care if the students vote counts. Imagine if all nigeria students should vote for the opposition just as a pay back? Students should ignore any message from their so called NANS leaders they have been bought over with luxury homes,cars and cash in FCT so they are against their own. Keith ogaga

    • You’re full of craps. Watch your tongue, ASUU is a failure. Full of heartless, selfish and highly greedy individuals. FG has shifted ground, yet ASUU is just messing up in the name of protest. Leaving the futures of innocent students to dash to the floor. God will judge ASUU and you bloody comentetor!

      • @kc i just think that you must be a foolish fool,and a disgrace to this generation.haven read a comprehensive write from a reasonable nigerian,instead of appreciating what he said you decided to call him bloody commentator just to showcase the level of your stupidity in high places (media),accept the fact that you know nothing about the strike and someone will put your blocked head through.

  2. Useless tyrant leaders being called government…they create schools, yet their children study abroad..they create hospitals yet they fly out of the country when they have headache..spending lavishly on trivia issues with their defunct brain… let’s not berate ASUU on the embarked strike. But d question is..is ASUU really fighting for a turning point on academic sector or fighting for their pocket? Do they really belong to the school of thought ‘altruism’ or ‘egoism’? Are they really fighting for the masses or being egocentric?…our so called ‘leaders’ are just a disgrace to leadership…say no to them!!!!

  3. am not dat happy dat million of students have been denied there constitutional right to education.freedom cometh by struggle,ASUU,FG,NANS this people have all failed.now the stusents ur destiny is in ur hands roll out in mass and the govt will see the seriosness and zeal to go back to school.And secondly 2015 is by the corner the youths time have come to take the bull by the horn.vote wisely to change ur tomorrow.

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  4. Student should be careful because there is insecurity in the country already, if not the uniform men will shot you and label you Boko-boys.

    So there is no point demonstrating. Sit in your parents house and pray believing God, the strike will soon be over by God’s grace.

  5. D only reason y al dis lidas ar nt concern wit d strike is bcos al dia children ar ida abrod o in private skuls. Bt as d sayn goes ‘no condition is perminent’ dear students,al selfcentad persons dat r bhind dis is jst a mata of tym b4 nemisis catches up. If d gov’t nd d Asuu truly Cares abt d countries welfare,dey shud do somth 2 en d godamn strike…

  6. ASUU,pls suspend the strike for the sake of the students. You don’t decide the future of the students by wanting to learn handiwork now after they have decided what they want to do. There is room for negotiation. Return back to the class rooms and continue the negotiation. You people are fighting a good fight but consider the students.

  7. Only the students revolution against FG and ASUU can change this country for good. If asuu wants the gud of the students, why dont they go back to school, call off the strike and them mobilise the students to fight and demonstrate. Instead asuu and fg are quarelling over ego and personal aggrandisement at the expense of the students. It is time to take laws into our hands. Great nigerian students.

  8. cyprain!! u say vote?? election wey dem go rig??? revolution must take place in this country for the betterment of this country. inec is corrupt, the judiciary is currupt, fedral government(shear the money) is worse and even the police is corrupt!! where do we start from?.

  9. Na God save dem……but dis won way dey don ban Nigeria students from protestint over Asuu strike,omo dey don get us ooooooooo!!!!!!

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