Jubril A. Gawat, a Senior Special Assistant to Lagos State Governor on New Media, has caused stir on social media after he posted a Daily Sketch Newspaper’s report of November 1981 suggesting that the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) would call off a strike embarked upon at the time, in what was implied to show that the Academic body had chosen industrial action as an habit since 40-year ago.
Even though the real motive of the media aide for the tweet is unknown to us, it has triggered reactions from Nigerians as they trooped to the comment section of the tweet to share their opinions about it.
Gawat, in his tweet, uploaded a picture of the published 1981 Newspaper and captioned it with “November 1981.”
This has drawn reactions from Nigerians as many of them jumped on the tweet to suggest a lasting solution that could probably end the pestering strike actions from the Universities Lecturers, while some took their time to drag ASUU, saying the Lecturers have been doing the same thing for the past 40 years.
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In the comment section of the post, some Nigerians showed their whammy for seeing that such a problem has been occurring in the country for ages.
See Some Their Reactions Below:
ASUU doing the same thing for 40 years and expecting a diff result. SMH.@MrOare_k
An association of professors, doctors and highly educated people and the best solution they can come up with to tackle the government is to destroy the lives of thousands of youths, wonderful 👏#ASUU@Tunmise_b
“At this stage universities should be privately run. The universities have not been of so much help. Let them sponsor primary and secondary education and also technical college. Anyone looking for msc and PhD should work for it. We need to encourage handwork than degree.”@Bimbolafredrick
“Who swear for Nigeria? No country has ever been rich and so poor. No country destroys it’s own self like this country.”@M33natAjibola
I’m not sure there’s any country in the world where public tertiary education isn’t part-financed by the govt (state & federal). Every nation adopts its own style of managing this sector. Even at present, in Nigeria, there isn’t any tuition-free university.@chess_dunga
“Autonomy is the way out. This nonsense won’t end laye.”@YaPlumb1
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