The FG, ASUP, ASUU, Education Minister and JAMB Are all confused- Obasi

ON JAMB 2013 CUT-OFF:
If Jamb really wanted cover their Mistakes in the marking, and to allow candidates who scored between 180 and above to sit for post-utme, Why not add up 20 marks to everybodys mark rather than placing a cut-off of 180 for Universities.

That way, the Universities can’t deny them.

Now those that applied to UNN, Unilorin and others that accepted the 180 are now at advantage over those that filled UI, OAU, UNIBEN and others that maintained their standard and global reputation by insisting on 200!!

What has now become the effect of the JAMB, FG Cut-off Mark??

ON THE ONGOING STRIKE:
The Federal Government has sentenced the Academic Staff Union Of Polytechnics(ASUP) to an indefinite strike for over a period of two months, without puting the Nigerian students into consideration.
Over 4 negotiations has been made since then without any reasonable negotiation reached between two proclaimed reasonable parties.

The sister Union ASUU has also been sentenced to an indefinite strike by the Education Minister’s represented Federal Government for similar offence of requesting for what is right on behalf of her student and the Union, and Everyone points her fingers across, looking for who is to blame!

On the larger note, why must the federal government sign an agreement they know, they can’t keep to, only to send our students in and out of school consecutively.

It would be in the best interest of the Education Minister, and the Federal Government to seek a resolution to this looming disaster.

– Obasi Chinedu

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