The Coalition of 19 Northern States presidents of the Students Union Government has issued a one-week ultimatum to both the Nigerian government and ASUU to resolve its problem with the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) or else it takes to the streets and make them their classes.
They stated this at a press conference in Kano on Tuesday where they read the outcome of an earlier meeting of the coalition they had in Jigawa state.
Addressing the conference on behalf of the coalition, Sadi Garba Sa’id of the Bayero University Kano said “The coalition has unanimously agreed on the review of the ASUU demands. The coalition is giving both parties ultimatum of one week to resolve themselves or else we the Nigerian students will move to the roads and make them our classes”.
They further stated that they will not accept any hike in the registration fees while calling on the government to waive the fees because of the pandemic which has caused economic devastations.
“The coalition will not tolerate any form of hike in registration fees or the induction of tuition fees.
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