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March 31, 2023

UNIBEN lecturer use big grammar break FG head over ASUU strike mata

Lectures of University of Benin (UNIBEN) under di Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) don accuse di federal government say hin dey do like say e no understand hin constitutional role,abi seh FG don forget say hin must provide quality and affordable education to Nigerians with di way hin dey handle di ASUU matter.

Di chairmo of ASUU UNIBEN chapter Ray Chikogu and hin Secretary, Success Abusomwan don call on civil society groups, media con tok say wetin di Minister of Labour and Productivity, Dr Chirs Ngige dey do on top dis ASUU strike no bi wetin good at all

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Hin yarn dis one con nak am with big grammar say“This atrocious course of action by the Federal Government is clearly borne out of unpatriotic and selfish intent, without any consideration for the growth and development needs of this nation. In the end, the Federal Government is seeking to abdicate its responsibility towards the provision of free, quality and accessible education to ordinary Nigerians, against the dictates of the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria”

Na wetin di chairmo yarn bi dat.but di grammar never finish oo hin still tok say

“The intention in the medium term is to hike fees and charges and price access to quality university education out of the reach of the children of ordinary Nigerians through the trumpeting of the unscrupulous claim that the Federal Government cannot continue to fund public university education in the same country in which an unproductive NNPC, with General Muhammadu Buhari as Petroleum Minister, expended N33bn on entertainment and telephone calls alone between 2020 and 2021, spent N648.6bn and N788.7bn as administrative costs in 2020 and 2021 respectively, and is yet to remit a dime in 2022 into the Federation Account for the benefit of State and Local Governments.

You still dey doubt di big grammar,him no finish for dia oo hin still tok say……
“The attempt at criminalizing strikes by the unlawful withholding of the salaries for the eight (8) months that the recently suspended ASUU strike lasted, and the equally illegal payment of prorated salaries to university lecturers for the month of October 2022 has a far more sinister implication beyond the members of ASUU. It is a grand design aimed at suppressing all forms of dissent and agitation against the retrogressive and oppressive tendencies of the Government and ultimately enslaving Nigerian workers.

Hmmm,Na wetin di chairmo yarn give FG bi dat oooo

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