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Can The Sufferings Of Nigerian Students End?

The Nigeria students are always at the receiving side of the man made evils

created by Government and ASUU.

It is said that the end of any thing is better than the beginning.

CAN THE SUFFERINGS OF NIGERIA STUDENTS END?

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when students begin to take their fate in their hands, surely it will end.

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BEST SOLUTION WE NEED TO SPLIT;TRIBALISM FAVOURTISM NA MY BROTHER WILL NOT WORK,BE REALIST NIGERIANS.ALL MY TO HIS REGION.

IN THE FIRST REPUBLIC IT WORKED WELL,TO MANY ETHNIC NA PROBLEM,FAKE SMILE ON POLITICIAN FACE'S.

NIGERIA MUST SPLIT,

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it will get to an end.

There is only one word i like in the bible, that is ' and it came to past'

Surely, nothing started without an end.

But what surprises me most id how Nigeria, a great country with good people will celecrate independence,

while students are at home for the past three months. Its is a shame for this country, I must confees its a pity.

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It will end when we start having free and fair elections.It will end when "traditional rulers" and youths quit asking for "settlement" money from candidates during elections.I mean face it, if i were an aspiring LGA chairman today and i ask any of the youths around (even on nairaland) for support, first thing they will ask for is money.You can't eat your cake and have it.Like they say, the leadership of a country borders on the quality of citizens.You get what you pay for.

Shikena!

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singing: which way nigeria?

which way ma fatherland?

which way to go?

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It will end when corruption ends.

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Yes wen we all weak up to are responsibilities,

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R we goin 2 talk about only d tetiary institutions? What about d fed sec schools dat v bn on strike? 2wks 4rm nw we'll enter Nov n yet, dey r still at home! Next yr, dey ll ryt WAEC n wen d govt sees mass failure, dey ll start teln us 75% failed.

Dere's light at d end of d tunnel. It'll someday end!

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As soon as they (our leaders) realise that the students are the future of of tomorrow.

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The major problem is that our so-called leaders are not visionary,the truth is that they don't have anything for this country,even if they have, it is too scanty and little.Gone are the leaders that had visions and plans for this country,e.g Late Obafemi Awolowo,he had a soft spot for the educational sector and he was able to accomplish its enforcement in his life time.

I'd say that it is time we started praying for leaders that are focused and visionary.This is the first step to moving this nation forward.

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I recide in UK, Coventry University is like a stone throw from my abode oh my God;the so called Nigerian leaders send all thr seedling to pay within the range  £12,000 per session to £15,000; over 2,4millon naira to educate their kids;how do you expect them to care about Nigeria education system.

 I graduated from LASU is a shame i spent 4years without clicking a Computer mouse is so scary because we produce half baked graduate,Ya adUA pls we need a change.

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never, until the country is in good shape

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i knew wit prayer it will come to an end, cos our leaders ar not doing anything at all

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Plz, is Yaradua and Jonathan truely lecturers in the past

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yes it can still end unless willk kill all god father existing in nigeria then things will change cos right now they are still detating the life of stundent. they say no money to fund education but their money to put in pocket. let us all hope till they are all dead then the suffering will end expect they bread something like them again. may God help us,

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so when u have a MASTER PLAN you still have to prat that it works out?

i don't see suffering in Nigeria(not for students alone)ever coming to an end,in fact for Nigeria our suffering is infinite and it has no solution.

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It will never end until you stand up to claim what belongs to you.

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Yes, it will end.

The end is when we all realise that education is beyond the 4 walls of a classroom.

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Yeah My brother I'm optimistic that the suffering won't long only if we younger scholars join hands together in fighting our beast leaders. We can only do this through our seriousness in our academic field. so, I will endure everyone of us to think good about the forthoming future of ours,

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It's so unfair on the students, having to sit idly at home while our leaders play politics with their future, with their kids in foreign schools, it's no big deal if the strike prolongs for ever. I know how that feels, having to stay home for months, Dear God save this country from the abyss! when are we going to ever learn to do things right?

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The sufferkng will never end, until we are ready to take our destiny into our hands, join the move www.tnydm.lefora.com

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it will change when they realize that they cannot change their country, and their children's children will never see the change of Nigeria. So instead of waisting your life in Nigeria, Leave![color=][/color]

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Every thing that has beginning must surely has an end. ASSU strike will die like June 12 election.

Some children will not even experience strike here in Nigeria in the nearest feature.

This will come to reality when Nigeria is

having good representatives in the Senate and House of Rep.

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BEING NEGATIVE IN THIS ISSUE CANT HELP ANY THING. I ADVICE ALL NIGERIAN STUDENT TO REMAIN OPTIMISTIC AND ALWAYS HAVE IT IN MIND THAT GOD MADE YOU A NIGERIAN FOR A PURPOSE AND HE KNEW BEFORE NOW THAT SOMETHING LIKE THIS WOULD CROP UP FROM TIME TO TIME. ALSO NOTICE THAT, YOUR DESTINED GREATNESS CANNOT BE STOPPED BY ANY THING (BE IT STRIKE). JUST TRY TO CHANGE THE LITTLE WORLD AROUND YOU AND ALLOW GOD TO DO HIS OWN.

STIR UP THE YOU IN YOU AND REMEMBER YOU ARE WHAT YOU CONFESS. GOD BLESS NIGERIA !

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A country that have refused to plan for the youth are indeed planing to fail,EDUCATION is important as crude oil is important to Nigeria.other countries after revolution sent their people to acquire knowledge abroad then return back home to impact that which they have learnt to their people. for instance, CUBA ,IRAN did it. so what we need first is revolution followed by massive training,so that we can take over from expatriates,nationalised all foreign owned oil companies.

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Yes someday it will all end.

The earth rotates in O just like the old days.

E.g

Egypt suffered from the hand of pharoah years back and the whole thing ended in 1 day. Now egypt is fine.

Other countries suffered too.

Don't  worry, things has better times and worse times.

The bad times stays long and good times, short.

Soon, it will all be OK

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If we continue to look up to our weak leaders, it will never end.

Nigerian student needs to work their way to the top.

Peace Nigerian students,

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This is a very interesting and complicated thread. There is no gainsaying the fact that Nigerian students have become the proverbial grass that suffers when the Elephants- the Federal government and ASUU fight over one thing or another, resulting in prolonged strikes which have crippled our educational system.

I intend to look at this problem from this point: What has the National Association of Nigerian students(NANS) done, as a stakeholder in the educational system?Over the years, NANS have become so irrelevant, fighting only for their selfish interests and therefore neglecting the mandate given to them by Nigerian students. If we, the students can't even fight for ourselves, then who will?

We can continue to heap blames on the Government for not doing anything to address the decay in the system, or ASUU for being greedy, thereby disturbing the academic calender at will, but the fact still remains that we,th students have not done enough to tackle this perennial problem of strikes.

I could write the whole day on this, but to answer the question: I hope so. I hope that one that, we shall be delivered from a government bent on destroying the very base, on which the development of this country depend on- Education.

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One day, surely one day, bushmeat go catch the hunter.

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More to come, this is just the beginning.

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If the government begins to take the education system in the country seriously. The Nigerian education system is suffering, not the the students alone. The lecturers are not enjoying the incessant strikes, they want change.

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things will change for the better soon, i believe.

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god will make a way where it seems to be no way.so,lets pray god intervene in this matter.i beleive

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It will end Tomorrrow

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As far as ASUU remains selfish, it shall never end.

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Sure, it will end, after a revolution.

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With this government or their kind, I can assure you it will go on like this

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Pity, isn't it, that many of you students have no idea what ASUU is fighting for.

Three months at home yet you have no idea what the strike was all about and the urgent need for a serious change in the educational sector.

Only in Nigeria that i see such a high level of ignorance in students in tertiary educational institutes. What a shame.

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The academic situation in the country is quite sad. So sad that one feels enervated just talking about it. We can afford to have the best in education in this country, but since corruption has been so woven into the seams and fabrics of our value system, we have to make do with this mess.

Hoping for change now seems like wishful thinking.

E go better, sha,

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the country needs a revolution

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my guy e go end one day if they like it or not

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I learnt TB Joshua prophesy and said ASUU wont call off until 15 Jan 2010

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Yes it will end, the day u and I wake up to hear that Yara'dua, Obasanjo, IBB, and those worst than them still in sheep clothing waiting for their time to devour the leftover of this Nation, has gone to join Abacha , only then will the suffering end.

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does nigeria need a messiah?

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It can end - Students need to take control. . . . .

Sacrifices will unfortunately have to be made in form of resources or in souls, but it may be the only way to alleviate the sufferings!

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