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Multiple award-winning journalist, Babajide Kolade-Otitoju has lamented the inability of the Nigerian Gov’t to put an end to the lingering ASUU strike.

The Academic Staff Union Of Universities, ASUU has been on a nationwide industrial strike since February which is an extremely worrisome state of affairs for our school college students as they’ve been at residence for practically six months now.

However, the union has listed its requirements to the government in the event that they are to call off the strike, nevertheless the Nigerian government seems reluctant to meet their desires and put an ex to the strike.

Reacting to this horrible state of affairs, Babajide explains that Nigeria Gov’t appears irresponsible by failing to meet their requirements and in its place hoping that hunger will drive them once more to work.

“This issue between ASUU and the FG ought to have been sought by now but the Nigeria Gov’t is acting irresponsible. You set up a committee that will resolve negotiations with our varsity lecturers, they have tabled their demands, and instead of you negotiating with them and giving them what you can afford, you are keeping them mute hoping that they will go back to work because of hunger, how learned does that sound”, Babajide was quoted as saying.

Below is a video of the interview;

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