SocialMediaTrends: Nigerians rebuke Keyamo for asking parents to beg ASUU to call off strike

Minister of State for Labour and Employment, Festus Keyamo, has stirred the social media after calling on Nigerian dad and mom to beg the Educational Workers Union of Universities (ASUU) to name off the lingering strike.

The Senior Advocate of Nigeria made the pronouncement on a Evening program on Channels Tv.

He was reported to have instructed dad and mom and guardians whose wards have been affected by the continued shutdown of educational actions in government-owned universities to attraction to ASUU to name off the lingering strike.

“I’ll inform the dad and mom, everyone to go and beg ASUU just like the President stated the opposite time, those that know them ought to attraction to their sense of patriotism.

“The nation cannot floor to a halt as a result of we wish to handle the calls for of ASUU,” Keyamo had stated.

Recall that ASUU had declared a nationwide strike on Monday, February 14, 2022, and thus far, the union and federal authorities are nonetheless at loggerheads leaving dad and mom and college students in despair.

Nigerians have taken to social media to rebuke the previous minister particularly after Nigerians just lately found that the FG purchased Prado jeeps value N1.4 billion for the federal government of Niger Republic.

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…By Hamzat Rasheed

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