[NEWS]: BUHARI’S EDUCATION POLICY ANTI-MASSES, SAYS ASUU

PRESIDENT BUHARI

 

THE ACADEMIC STAFF UNION OF UNIVERSITIES ON SUNDAY DESCRIBED THE PRESIDENT MUHAMMADU BUHARI’S POLICY ON EDUCATION AS ANTI-MASSES.

ACCORDING TO ASUU, THE ALL PROGRESSIVES CONGRESS GOVERNMENT HAS A DELIBERATE PLAN TO STARVE PUBLIC EDUCATION WITH FUNDS IN ORDER TO DENY NIGERIAN YOUTHS THE RIGHT TO KNOW AND CHALLENGE MISRULE.

IN A RELEASE, SIGNED BY THE CHAIRMAN, UNIVERSITY OF IBADAN CHAPTER OF THE UNION, PROF. DEJI OMOLE, THE SACRIFICES OF UNDERSTAFFED AND UNDERPAID NIGERIAN ACADEMIA WOULD BE FUTILE IF PRESIDENT BUHARI DID NOT INCREASE FUNDING FOR EDUCATION.

THE ASUU CHIEF, HOWEVER STATED THAT EDUCATION WAS NOT THE PRIORITY OF THE BUHARI GOVERNMENT.

FINALLY, OMOLE CLAIMED THAT DUE TO PAUCITY OF FUNDS, OVER 500,000 NIGERIAN CHILDREN WHO DESIRE PUBLIC UNIVERSITY EDUCATION WERE REJECTED ANNUALLY DUE TO DECAYED INFRASTRUCTURE AND REDUCED MANPOWER.

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