Fight For Your Rights, ASUU Chairman Tells Nigerians
The present political leaders in the country have no interest of the masses in their agenda as manifested in the ongoing fuel scarcity.
Even when it has crippled all activities nationwide, it appears nothing is being done since the burden is being felt more by the commoners.
This was the observation of the Chairman of the Academic Staff Union of Universities, (ASUU) University of Ibadan Chapter, Dr. Deji Omole during his courtesy visit to the Correspondent Chapel of the Oyo State NUJ.
He observed with disgust that members of the ruling class have united against the masses because they have common interest which was to use the commoners to attain power again in 2019.
ASUU chairman pointed out that the ‘cabals’ are easily switching from one party to the other because they are all of the same breed.
"They represent all parts of the country, the two major religions and that is why it is difficult to fight them".
He urged Nigerians to continue to speak out against the injustice across the country just as ASUU would continue to do same.
Omole emphasized that ASUU is not fighting for its members’ welfare each time it embarks on strike.
He explained that the rot in the entire Nigerian system are so many that its members could not remain indifferent to them.
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