Ashefon Says NANS can’t Resolve ASUU Strike. National association of Nigerian students’ president, Sunday Ashefon has today explained that the ASUU strike is a challenge that the administrations of the Student body cannot resolve.

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While speaking at the 40th anniversary if NANs held at the National University Commission, Abuja on Thursday, The president expatriated that they have witnessed total collapse of the sector with the outcome of the incessant strike. In his words, he noted that the tertiary education sector in Nigeria is faced with one of the strongest tests in our history in the last few years.

His words“This challenge alone is bigger than what any NANS administration could resolve. However, our nation’s education system is on the brink and the entire nation must rise to the rescue. Where we go from here as a nation is dependent on how we collectively gather the crackers of the collapsing education system and rebuild it together as a nation. “Nigeria does not belong here, our tertiary education system does not belong here and this is already taking its tore on the nation’s economy, security, and faith of the young people in the nation and its education system. We all must rise to the rescue. “As we celebrate today, let us remember that we are only gathered here because education is part of our story and life, we must therefore do all it takes to ensure this part of our national life does not become a story of the past”.

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NANS is the body of Nigeria students and in diaspora. The body has been under fire by stakeholders who have accused it of not pressuring the Federal Government and the Academic Staff Union of Universities to find lasting solutions to incessant strikes in Nigerian universities.

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