does any one knows when ASUU will call off the Strike, am Tired of Staying at home.
A country that plays with the future of her citizenry,is not worth being a nation.How can both ASUU and FG play with our careers?Total wickedness,their children are oversees or in a private school here in Nigeria studying while we are happily tired of staying at home.May God forgive them.They should thank their God that the era of Student violence is gone.
I read this morning that lecturers wont return back to their classrooms until after May 29.
This is what I have been saying. If the supposedly new government does not make education one of its top priorities, we stand no chance of progressing as a nation.
Most people will like to blame Nigerians abroad for Nigeria's woes (the brain drain) while the main problem is left untouched.
It is like someone who was home when his house caught fire, but instead of putting it off he leaves it to raze the house and later blames the fire service for not making it on time.
This is my frustration with Nigeria, young brains that will make Nigeria great are not being cared for. Little wonder why our youths will do whatever it takes to escape such hopelessness and no one should ever blame them.
savesoul ASUU is going on their 2nd meeting with d federal govt on the 6th of june .so keep a date with dat meeting and stay glued to ur nta news and ait and lest i 4get keep on burnin the candle!!!.i finally want 2 hail UNIBEN 4 callin its students back 2 school:and we the STUDENTS really appreciate it.one love!!!
No one knows when ASUU will be calling off the strike. All we here everyday is meeting upon meeting, consultations. This strike will continue until the new president will be sworn in. We are still going to stay for a long time at home.
Lets just wait and see what they will come up with in their next meeting.
I fell everybody dat Contribute to dis room.Every Nigeria Student should keep on praying and Reading.
Dominobaby I really appreciated your word over OAU Student.
Se SUG cant do anythin when it comes to ASUU problem like dis so Nothin for SUGoooo.
And for Nigeria Student you only knows when you re Matriculated but but your Convocation date is what you dont know.
Keep o prayin
how are you,
i read your post and i felt for you.well we hope they call it off very soon.i was in your shoes some years back.Had i know i would have used the opportunity to do some other things that can benefit my my when i leave school.
Dont waste time at home, learn a skill that will be useful when you leave school-rememember the jobs are not there.there are so many thging s to learn about how you can make legitimate living at home on the net and some other things you can learn. You can even begin to learn how you can trade in shares.
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Thats a very good question. i wish they wud call it off very soon, i happen to be at ABU, and we finished exams just b4 the strike started. I feel for my brothers and sisters who were unable to finish, don' worry though , yu'll be back to skool b4 u know it. Nevertheless, pls contine to jack oh!
Its really pathetic that things like these are still happening. I'm grateful my school allowed us finish the session's exams before joining the strike. My advice to y'all is that you try and lay your hands on something, preferably acquire a skill, don't laze about, adding weight or just playing around, especially OAU students!
How to permanently solve ASUU strikes and naija educational paralysis.
1. Kill or reform the NUC. One man should not have power to control all the universities in naija.
2. University autonomy, all of them should not be run the same way. All professors are not created equal, and should not be paid the same.
3. Universities must negotiate staff salary based on market forces, ie locality, demand, and utility.
4. Alumni, parents, and students should play greater role in varsities than FG.
5. Politicians should cut thier link and control to universities.
6. FG. should cut direct interferrence in the affairs of varsities and stick only to accreditation and sponsorship of certain hot and demanding programs, no need to pay the day-day salary of every Tom/Dick in our universities.
7. State universities should only follow federal standards for accreditation, but they should be involved in all ASUU strike.
8. Once we have university autonomy, nationwide strike will be a thing of the past.
helo nairalanders let wait and see .The Fedral Govt and ASUU will hold there meetin tommorow so let us look forward to see whta the reply is.I believe that on the 111114/05/2007 we will start our lecture fully i.so Great Nigeria Student please tell PDP Govt to have Mercy on Us we dont have much time to waste on our studies.We find it dificult to read at home but in school we will do that willing and an IDLE MIND IS A DEVIL WORKSHOP so pls help us out.We re tired of staying at home.
i dey feel You NAIJAKING.I sorry for OAU studentincludin me.Greates Naija student let pray for our country,our universities,our Vcies and our ASUU
Don't kill NUC oh! my uncle works there.
Anyway, the education system of nigeria is the reason i'm glad i'm out of there. In the states, the time of your graduation is determine by you and no one else. if you want to graduate in three years then so be it. ( except nursing)
Take heart guys, e go better.
From what i heard,ASUU and Federal govt will be meeting on 10th of may and i hope tthey resolve the problem then.i think we should just pray and God have mercy on NIGERIA.
Let me ask oh!No better way for ASUU to resolve thier problem with Federal Govt rather than strike.i mean this strike thing is so common that a new student going into the university to assume he would spend an extra year or even more than he is supposed to.
God help us sha!
The FEDERAL Government Negotiation Committee will be meeting with ASUU on May 10. It is believed that the feud which led to the industrial actions shall be resolved then.
I pity fellow young Nigerians who have to stay at home for months because of such actions. I hope potential and prospective employers learn to put such into considerations. Some Nigerian undergrads, though brilliant are too old to be undergrads.
Let's patiently wait till weekend. I hope the cloud will be clearer then.