ASUU strike: Thank you APC, I no longer believe in books, says UNIMAID lecturer

ASUU and online learning

Dr. Othman Abubakar of English Department, University of Maiduguri, has expressed a loss of belief in education in Nigeria due to the strike action by the Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU.

The strike is due to government’s failure to meet the demands of lecturers who claim to be fighting for the betterment of Universities.

It has lingered for month and has now become an annual thing has seen universities under lock and keys with students forced to stay at home.

Taking to Facebook, Abubakar revealed that he will be giving out his books because the government led by the All Progressives Congress has made him to realize that he no longer needs them.

He wrote this on his timeline: “With the destruction of university education in Nigeria today, and the starving of university lecturers by the insensitive APC government, I no longer need these books. Those that still believe that education in Nigeria is important, please come to my office at the address below and buy these books at your own price l am available in the office from 9am to 5pm daily including weekends.”

He gave the access Address as Department of English and literary studies
University of Maiduguri.

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