ASUU Strike
ASUU Strike

A female student of the University of Lagos (UNILAG), who said she is happy with the ongoing ASUU Strike, has been trending on social media. It can be recalled that ASUU – the Academic Staff Union of Universities, declared a one-month warning strike on Monday, February 14. In a video interview, she was asked how she feels about the strike, the young lady said she is happy about it as it’s good news.

ASUU Strike As Female Students of UNILAG Saying She’s Happy

On speaking about how the strike is good news to her and why she is happy with it, she explained that she is into photography and the strike will give her ample time to focus on honing her craft.

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The yet-to-be-identified lady further added that no one is serious about school, including the government, so students should find something else to do aside from school.

Her words, “Obviously, no one is serious with school in this country, including the government themselves. So, you just have to find something going on for yourself, something that works for you, and school is not it.”

Some reactions to the video:

zinnyluxuriousskincare wrote: Most people go to school because their parents want them too …. don’t get me wrong oh school is important but

tkinzystar wrote: Don’t blame her. Please blame the government. Coz this students are tired and frustrated 😢

vexless___ wrote:
She is right tho, enjoy yourself baby geh…….but time is going😢 when are going to graduate and move on with our lives, gain admission in 2019 cuz of covid and strike still in first semester 200level in 2022😢

awofe34 wrote:
No lies o! Our educational system has failed. They keep teaching the “new dogs” old tricks, that when half of the time they are not shut down

I don’t agree with you. If you can’t combine schooling with your job, then choose one to focus on. You’re the one forcing yourself to do two things at a time when you know you can’t get them right. You need a good counseling.

inumidun_ added:
It’s okay to say the government had a huge role in creating a negative impact for people to believe school isn’t important…. You can’t blame her,


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