Asuu Strike: Students’ Group Purchase 2019 Jamb/Utme Form For Buhari

Coalition of final year students under YOUTHS AND STUDENTS ALLIANCE FOR GOOD GOVERNANCE (YASAGG) has announced the purchase of 2019 JAMB UTME forms for President Buhari so he can have firsthand experience of incessant strike actions of university lecturers.

Spokesman of the group, Comr Tobi Joshua while berating the federal government for the prolonged strike, called on the president to make himself available for biometrics and data capturing to enable the group complete the application process and allow him sit for the exams.

“WAEC presented an attestation certificate to him, so he is eligible to sit for the upcoming UTME exams, the form is ready, let the president come for registration so he can understand the plight university students are passing through sitting at home when they are supposed to be in school studying.” Comr Tobi said.

Similarly, over 4,000 students mobilized by the National Association Of Nigerian Students(NANS) Zone B coordinator, Amb Okereke Godson Bishop stormed Asaba-Agbor highway to protest ongoing ASUU/ASUP strike.

Zone B NANS Protest

The protest which held on January 30th, aimed to be part of NANS ZONE B contribution to ensure that ASUU/ASUP and the Federal Government reach a conclusive and considerable compromise in order to call off the lingering strike which has left the teaming Nigerian Students in an endemic academic imbalance and if not adequately handled could also restrain us from participating fully and actively in the 2019 general elections.

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