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The National Association of Nigerian Students, NANS, has threatened to shut down the operations of all international airports in the country over the failure of the Federal Government to resolve the ongoing ASUU Strike.
After holding a meeting at the weekend in Akure, Ondo state, The Students Union had concluded that the Federal Government was treating the lecturers on strike and education as a whole, poorly.
After deeming the four-day roadblock of highways and expressways a success, the Students Union has decided to stop international Airports from conducting operations beginning September 19, 2022.
The Union justified its decision by saying the government should also experience the pains students have endured during the last seven months.
The NANS National Task Force on “End ASUU Strike Now” Chairman, Ojo Raymond Olumide, said the students are tired of begging both parties to resolve the strike.
NANS handed a vote of no confidence on the ministers of Labour and Education as the Minister of Works, Babatunde Raji Fashola, was lambasted for his comments on the roadblock of highways and expressways by angry students.
Source: Daily Post