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Laycon criticizes government for prioritizing 2023 election over ASUU strike

BBnaija Season 5 winner, Agbeleshebioba Olamilekan, popularly known as Laycon has expressed worries over the government’s nonchalant attitude towards the ongoing ASUU strike.

Academic Staffs Union of Universities (ASUU) begin its warning strike on February 14 2022 to demand for better condition of service as agreed in 2009 but are yet to be implemented.

Then the strike was extended by two months as the government are yet to comply with their demands giving them more time to address it.

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“The government did not treat the matters involved with utmost urgency they deserved during the four-week period as expected of a reasonable, responsive, and well-meaning administration”, as said by ASUU-NEC (ASUU National Executive Council)

Amidst of the ASUU and the government controversy, students are no longer sure of the duration of their academic programmes as Tertiary School Teaching activities are on hold.

Laycon who is also a Nigeria rapper revealed that it is so saddening seeing our government care more about the 2023 election instead of addressing the ASUU strike. 



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In his post, he said that it is so scary that the government don’t focus on the ASUU strike issue. See post below


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Internet users react to Laycon’s post as some shared their experiences on how the government’s nonchalant attitude towards ASUU have affected them. Some reactions compiled by Intel Region are as below;

@OpeyemiHaliru said, “Omo I started getting depressed sef. But I had to just take it easy on myself. Left sec school in 2018. Wrote different exams. Wrote jamb in 2020. Gained admission in 2021. Resumed in 2022 and less than two months in school asuu declared strike.But God get plans for me sha”.

@okwudiriken said, “ASUU and its drama since 1999 to 2020. It’s a perennial thing. Every government will collect”.

@Real_airstaa said “I’ve been at home for months now and no one is saying anything about it. Let me see who would come and tell me to go and collect PVC to vote make I use cord take wipe am for neck”.

@I_am_bruh said, “End asuu strike or oou should back out .. I can’t be paying almost 200k per session and sit down at home with federal university students..oou us self funded, hence, no reason to join the strike”.

@toyosialliowe said, “This is really madness. See campaign and declaration everywhere and schools are closed. These people are moving mad mheeen. Do we even care too?? In a sane environment, no one will be able to hold any rally or say anything but here we are. 🥺”.


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