ASUU Strike: Nigerian Leaders ‘Value Cow More Than Youths’ – Nnamdi Kanu

ASUU strike

The leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, Nnamdi Kanu, on Thursday, weighed in on the lingering strike by the Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU.

Kanu lamented that the Federal Government allegedly budgeted N91billion for grazing reserves while nothing was allocated for education.

ASUU began its current strike on November 4, 2018, and the end to the industrial action seems not to be closed as the Federal Government was yet to meet the demands of the aggrieved lecturers.

Reacting to the protracted strike, Kanu wondered why youths are still supporting leaders who he claimed, valued their “cows more than them.”

In a tweet, the IPOB leader wrote: “N91Billion for grazing reserves but nothing for education. ASUU is still on strike. Youths whose future are being stolen are in support of their oppressors who value their cows more than them.

“Nigeria is indeed a Zoo? No wonder Africans are easy to enslave, it’s genetic.”

 

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