ASUP Strike: Poly Students Gives FG 2 Weeks Ultimatum

Polytechnic Students under the umbrella of the National Association of Polytechnic Students has given the federal government two weeks to sort out issues with the Academic Staff Union of Polytechnics and ensure that the strike is called off or face the wrath of Nigerian Students.

This was made known on Tuesday in Abuja by the President of NAPS, Mr. Sunday Ogbonnaya during an interview.
According to him it is the students that are bearing the brunt of the strike.

In his words, “We are giving the Federal Government and NAPS two weeks to resolve their differences; otherwise we will shut down the entire system.”

He called on the ministry of education to forward a memo to the National Assembly to request for a supplementary budget that would meet the demand of ASUP and COEASU.


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  1. Anything they (asup and fg) like , let them do…. But ,i know their(asup and fg) children shall reap what ever they(asup and fg) sow .who ever plant yam should not expect vegetable….. Which implies that, if they(asup and fg) delay ones (student) progress just in the name of B.Sc and HND discrimination , knowingly they are doing it for their own merit, so shall it be for the progress of their(asup and fg) children (delayed) studying any where in the world…. ’cause they(asup and fg) dont care and wish progress for nigerian student , imagine a year gone without anything to speak about (no achievement or progress in polytechnic sector, just stagnant) . I know my country(nigeria) shall be a great nation. Allah bless Nigeria….(amen)…..

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