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|Nigerian Students, Must We Remain At Home Until Subsidy Issue Subsides? by osaman2011: 5:10pm On Jan 15, 2012|
FELLOW NIGERIAN STUDENTS:-
Its obvious dere is no headway on D subsidy issue. NLC/TUC prefers 2remain on strike, after all as govt workers, Dey will still be paid their salaries even if dey Don't work.
But must we students wait 4 d subsidy issue 2be resolved before we resume?. If ASUU is threatenin 6months strike. Can't we do sumtin? Can't we network wit other universities, mobilise our SUGs 2meet wit our Govt & resolve it?
U dat is supposed 2 be on IT now, U dat is supposed 2graduate dis year, dose in other levels hopin 2leave school in due course, must dey add another year 2our graduation date?
Na our future be Dis o!!!
Pls broadcast Dis msg 2yur friends &dose in other schools if U are tired of stayin at home
|Re: Nigerian Students, Must We Remain At Home Until Subsidy Issue Subsides? by desertboom(m): 8:19pm On Jan 15, 2012|
maybe it is cabal again, there are some cabals that don't want us to go back to school. Every incompetence in Nigerian is now attributed to cabal and cartel. Nigeria wahala plenty o. Fuel subsidy, boko haram, ASUU strike, cabal. Na dis cabal dey make me laugh pass oooooooo
|Re: Nigerian Students, Must We Remain At Home Until Subsidy Issue Subsides? by pmmgv(m): 9:10pm On Jan 15, 2012|
How do you want to mobilise the student when the NANS president went to see Jonathan that they are in support of subsidy removal. NANS are corrupt. its not possible to organize protest with corrupt officials
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