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Re: Law Students Sue ASUU Over Strike, Demand ₦10 Billion Compensation by kraftysprouts: 7:17am On Nov 21
Atheistan:



Politics has always paid more everywhere...
Other professionals earn more than professors.
So what do we do? Keep on going on strike Untill they start paying lecturers 400million?
Even after paying ASUU all the billions they are agitating for, no average lecturer will see 1naira....no be today dem dey cash out nahh

Politicians don't earn MORE in SWEDEN
That your first line is UNTRUE
Re: Law Students Sue ASUU Over Strike, Demand ₦10 Billion Compensation by kraftysprouts: 7:18am On Nov 21
sirdick17:
Is high time ASUU hv their ass kick, they re always on strike the whole episode has be going on for more than twenty years now.

Yeah and the insensitive politicians should continue their demonic act since their kids are abroad
Re: Law Students Sue ASUU Over Strike, Demand ₦10 Billion Compensation by Bigchristo: 7:20am On Nov 21
sapphiere:


https://www.reubenabati.com.ng/index.php/component/k2/item/20814-law-students-drag-ASUU-to-court-over-strike-demand-n10bn-compensation/post
One thing I observed about this country is this: when you’re fighting for the rights of the people always expect a backlash from same people you’re fighting for because the government will use them as a tools of getting back at you, last time people stage protest for Endsars Government used thugs and soldiers to invade and kill them, right now ASUU is holding government on their balls to make sure they meet with the Union demand enabling them to pay salaries of it workers that are lecturing these students who is filing a lawsuits now, the government is there they didn’t sue them for not listening to ASUU demands they’re suing the ASUU who is fighting to make sure everything is okay with their academic staff.

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Re: Law Students Sue ASUU Over Strike, Demand ₦10 Billion Compensation by Alexmike: 7:22am On Nov 21
This Is the exact words of a Frustrated Forestry Student who didn't get law as a first Choice �������
Re: Law Students Sue ASUU Over Strike, Demand ₦10 Billion Compensation by Mjpem23: 7:33am On Nov 21
Re: Law Students Sue ASUU Over Strike, Demand ₦10 Billion Compensation by Biggers82(m): 7:33am On Nov 21
Why do Federal Government always enjoy using Hoodlums to fight and correct their mistakes
All this Law Students who did this are all Hoodlums been used by Government to put Confusion is Education System.
Re: Law Students Sue ASUU Over Strike, Demand ₦10 Billion Compensation by Biggers82(m): 7:35am On Nov 21
Why do federal government always like to use hoodlums to fight and correct their mistakes
All this Law students are hoodlums
Re: Law Students Sue ASUU Over Strike, Demand ₦10 Billion Compensation by tinktanker: 7:36am On Nov 21
Mumu students
Re: Law Students Sue ASUU Over Strike, Demand ₦10 Billion Compensation by Bennytwin: 7:47am On Nov 21
They are calling it 9 months strike forgetting covid took like 5/6 months of that period.fg started negotiating with ASUU after covid...covid was the main reason students didn't go back earlier in my opinion.

What I mean is even if ASUU called off earlier, students cudnt have gone back wt the covid in full force. The question for FG should be;why didn't they start negotiating with ASUU seriously before end sars protest? The Nigerian govt care less about the students because their wards are not in the schools.

So people shld calm down. ASUU is mainly fighting for the Nigerian students. If only they know!

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Re: Law Students Sue ASUU Over Strike, Demand ₦10 Billion Compensation by Oteikwu1(m): 7:48am On Nov 21
D guy self no get sense hu teach d myopic lawyer b4 he get to dat level
Re: Law Students Sue ASUU Over Strike, Demand ₦10 Billion Compensation by Lexusgs430: 7:49am On Nov 21
MT:


It is not all suit that ends with compensation. When a nation is so enlightened to challenge institutional recklessness legally, that is the only way such a nation will develop. Even our govt and various organizations know that an average Nigerian will put his matter at the feet of the Lord instead to go to court. More reasons they ride is rough shod.

Applaud the efforts of the association for testing the law.


That's why a 10 billion libel suit, means absolutely nothing.......

Nah go you go hear, you no go here come........
Re: Law Students Sue ASUU Over Strike, Demand ₦10 Billion Compensation by mainkendo: 7:54am On Nov 21
complexBoss12:
I thought they said lawyers are wise because they read alot of books??

The average salary for professor in Nigerian is #450k. A tout in the National Assembly dey chop about #300m a year. So in just one, he has more than the professor can mk in his life time.

why not sue FG for not paying workers and always going back on their agreements with ASUU??
You guys talk ahit alot.
A professor teaches about 5000 a year and writes book. A policy maker make damn policy for the whole country. The money they are paid isn't the problem. They shouldn't be comparing them selves. Professor would be there for as long as he wishes, while the senators has limited time.
If you check properly money is not entirely the problem.
Re: Law Students Sue ASUU Over Strike, Demand ₦10 Billion Compensation by Emmadoc: 7:58am On Nov 21
Another reason why, school na big scam...

Why not sue the FG instead of ASUU??

Either ways, I'm still supporting you guys, because had it been, ASUU monitored your progress in school very well, this won't be happening, you guys would have known whom to sue instead.

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Re: Law Students Sue ASUU Over Strike, Demand ₦10 Billion Compensation by Aguilar(m): 8:10am On Nov 21
eyin law students eh ni kuré
Re: Law Students Sue ASUU Over Strike, Demand ₦10 Billion Compensation by edoairways: 8:12am On Nov 21
Atheistan:



Politics has always paid more everywhere...
Other professionals earn more than professors.
So what do we do? Keep on going on strike Untill they start paying lecturers 400million?
Even after paying ASUU all the billions they are agitating for, no average lecturer will see 1naira....no be today dem dey cash out nahh
This goes beyond increment in pay. Infrastructure decay in many public universities is alarming
Re: Law Students Sue ASUU Over Strike, Demand ₦10 Billion Compensation by endsarrrs(f): 8:41am On Nov 21
shocked I will forgive this people for this long piece
Re: Law Students Sue ASUU Over Strike, Demand ₦10 Billion Compensation by FLYFIRE(m): 8:53am On Nov 21
Truthspoon1:
The decision to sue ASUU is a step in the right direction. An association of intelligent men should be able to provide an alternate solution to their problems. Repeated actions will only produce the same results.
FG PAID & SPONSORED lawyers sue ASUU you mean?
Re: Law Students Sue ASUU Over Strike, Demand ₦10 Billion Compensation by valcorp: 8:53am On Nov 21
Naso u wan spend 10 years for school ba. Issorai
Re: Law Students Sue ASUU Over Strike, Demand ₦10 Billion Compensation by oluade11: 8:54am On Nov 21
Great. Kudos to the Law students. Hope other student bodies will follow suit.

ASUU is selfish.
Simple.

If today the federal government dump IPPIS for the one ASUU desired which will help cover all their atrocities, they will go back to class.

It simply means they are fighting for their pockets and want their own share of the national cake.

It is so sad.

The question is 'at what cost'?

May God have mercy on Nigeria.
Re: Law Students Sue ASUU Over Strike, Demand ₦10 Billion Compensation by Angel196(f): 8:58am On Nov 21
teejet:
A GOOD MOVE FROM THE STUDENTS.

ASUU CAN NO LONGER CONTINUE TO HOLD THE EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM TO RANSOM.

ALL ALONG, ASUU HAS BEEN SELFISHLY FIGHTING ITS OWN INTERESTS AT THE DETRIMENT OF THE HAPLESS STUDENTS.

YOU CAN IMAGINE NOT BEEN SENSITIVE TO THE PLIGHT OF THE STUDENTS SINCE THEY KNEW THEY HAVE OTHER STREAMS OF INCOME ELSEWHERE TO FALL ON.

HE WHO MUST COME TO EQUITY, MUST COME WITH CLEAN HANDS.

Spoken like a true ignorant Nigerian. ASSU holding educational system to ransom? Are you sure you live in this country?
Typical of people to speak about that which they know nothing about. Who is supposed to be sensitive, ASSU who are fighting for their rights as well as well as the rights of their students (even though most of the said students don't even know) or the so called government who has never care about the educational system and are always failing to honor previous agreements they signed because their children aren't studying in the country?
Re: Law Students Sue ASUU Over Strike, Demand ₦10 Billion Compensation by precious1967(m): 9:01am On Nov 21
They are children of herdsmen.
Re: Law Students Sue ASUU Over Strike, Demand ₦10 Billion Compensation by charlesucheh(m): 9:23am On Nov 21
complexBoss12:
I thought they said lawyers are wise because they read alot of books??

The average salary for professor in Nigerian is #450k. A tout in the National Assembly dey chop about #300m a year. So in just one, he has more than the professor can mk in his life time.

why not sue FG for not paying workers and always going back on their agreements with ASUU??
Oga!


have you been to these schools to see what the said lecturers do

they themselves aren't even worth fighting for.

Anybody should sue whoever the suit fits...

rubbish!
Re: Law Students Sue ASUU Over Strike, Demand ₦10 Billion Compensation by JoyJones2000(f): 10:17am On Nov 21
Lol u guys should continue provoking ASUU to prolong the strike grin I pity una
Re: Law Students Sue ASUU Over Strike, Demand ₦10 Billion Compensation by harmony75: 10:23am On Nov 21
excellent move �
Re: Law Students Sue ASUU Over Strike, Demand ₦10 Billion Compensation by Truthspoon1: 11:29am On Nov 21
FLYFIRE:

FG PAID & SPONSORED lawyers sue ASUU you mean?
and FG is a defendant too? Did you read the post?
Re: Law Students Sue ASUU Over Strike, Demand ₦10 Billion Compensation by tammie24: 11:41am On Nov 21
somehow:


Na FG dey go strike almost every year while receiving salary in the process?
Nobody pays FG

They control everything so they don't need to go on strike Oga!
Re: Law Students Sue ASUU Over Strike, Demand ₦10 Billion Compensation by tammie24: 11:46am On Nov 21
somehow:


Na FG dey go strike almost every year while receiving salary in the process?
Nobody pays FG

They control everything so they don't need to go on strike

FG should do the right thing

The money ASUU is asking for is not up to what FG and their cronies us to take panadol
Re: Law Students Sue ASUU Over Strike, Demand ₦10 Billion Compensation by jjxxx: 11:54am On Nov 21
complexBoss12:
I thought they said lawyers are wise because they read alot of books??

The average salary for professor in Nigerian is #450k. A tout in the National Assembly dey chop about #300m a year. So in just one, he has more than the professor can mk in his life time.

why not sue FG for not paying workers and always going back on their agreements with ASUU??

Don't mind the useless charge and bail to-be lawyers been paid by FG to make this stupid move. Though I don't like all the so-called union in Nigeria because they fight for their Belle, like ASUU, NLC etc. But na for ASUU body these slowpoke for wan start their practice. They can't sue those agbero that calls themselves senators and governors that are killing the future of Nigerians.
Misplaced priority..
Re: Law Students Sue ASUU Over Strike, Demand ₦10 Billion Compensation by Angel196(f): 11:57am On Nov 21
charlesucheh:
Oga!


have you been to these schools to see what the said lecturers do

they themselves aren't even worth fighting for.

Anybody should sue whoever the suit fits...

rubbish!
You can't condemn all lecturers because of a few useless ones. I am a graduate from a Nigerian university so I know lecturers are very hard working and deserve more than what they are being paid. A single lecturer could take more than 5 courses across all levels as well as post graduates, they mark hundreds of scripts and record them. They Go for classes for at least 1 hour per lecturer and supervise at least 5 undergraduates every session. Try standing in front of a class of 100 plus and screaming your head off till you lose your voice for just a month and you'll know being a lecturer is one of the most difficult jobs out there.

I can confidently say that even of those lecturers we consider as lazy is more hardworking than most of those comedians called law makers. If you don't know your right let those who do fight for it.
Re: Law Students Sue ASUU Over Strike, Demand ₦10 Billion Compensation by legallyminded: 12:21pm On Nov 21
kraftysprouts:
Charge and bail lawyers

Cattle rearer
Re: Law Students Sue ASUU Over Strike, Demand ₦10 Billion Compensation by Omopelola: 12:35pm On Nov 21
They'll prolong this strike again now.
This is a really big step tho.

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