The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) have been on a strike for 8 months now which have deteriorated the hopes and dreams of the average Nigerian student, since ASUU and the Federal Government are unable to resolve their issues to put an end to the continued ongoing Industrial action.
The New president of National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS), Sunday Asefon revealed what will happen to privates universities in Nigeria if ASUU and the Federal Government fail to agree to end the strike.
In an interview with Punch Newspaper’s Eniola Akinuotu, the NANS president, Sunday Asefon, stated that they will bring ASUU and the Federal Government to a roundtable to discuss the strike, he also said they will force both parties to make a decision and if they fail to reach an agreement, they will shut down all the private institutions in Nigeria and Nigerian students will begin a mass action.
Akinuotu further stated that if ASUU and Federal Government fail to decide on their intervention, then NANS will confront them because they are toying with the Nigerian students.
He said that the majority of the children of ASUU members and the Federal Government are in private universities and they are not affected by the strike.
Below is a link to the video