October 2, 2022 3:00 pm

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NANS promises to close airports during the ASUU strike.

The Academic Staff Union of Universities’ ongoing strike has drawn the ire of the National Association of Nigerian Students, who have pledged to take additional action.
The group declared that it will ground its activities and take its protest to the nation’s international airports.
The Chairman of the NANS National Task Force on “End ASUU Strike Now,” Ojo Olumide, stated that students were already weary of arguing with both parties about the necessity of ending the strike in Akure, the capital of Ondo State.
He claimed that the four-day closure of congested highways and expressways had been successful; as a result, the decision was made to halt international travel beginning on September 19, 2022, so that the bourgeois and the government can feel the pains that had subjected students to in the past seven months.
He declared that they will launch a new round of protests next week by taking over the airways on September 19th, 2022 to #OccupyTheAirports. They wanted the public to be aware of the suffering that students endure.
Nigerian students, whose parents built the nation, cannot continue to toil at home with their professors while the few who profit from our sweat and blood send their children abroad to have fun and flex.
They urged students to get up and stand with them as they take control of their own destinies. Their requests continued to be unambiguous and straightforward.
They requested a meeting with the ASUU leadership as soon as feasible to talk about solidarity initiatives and make plans for the struggles’ upcoming stage.
Security services are not allowed to monitor Nigerian students, and they have not taken any action to stop the ASUU strike.
Since they have been traveling for the past four days and have gained a lot of support, they are closing the airport to show their support. They will continue to close both domestic and international airports, and they are aware of the impact of these actions. The only thing they ask of them is that they reopen the schools.
They voted to remove the labour and education ministers from office. They demanded that the Buhari administration pay all pending arrears and the lecturers’ salaries.

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