The Parents Teachers Association dissatisfied with the extension of ASUU strike.

The Parents Teachers Association dissatisfied about the extension of ASUU strike.
The Parents Teachers Association dissatisfied about the extension of ASUU strike.

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Alhaji Haruna Danjuma, the National President of the Parents Teachers Association of Nigeria, has expressed his displeasure with the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) two-month strike prolongation.

According to him, the country’s educational sector would be severely harmed if the strike was to continue.

The ASUU urges the National Assembly and state legislatures to intervene in the situation by reuniting ASUU and the federal government at a round table to discuss a long-term solution to the problem.

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He urged religious leaders and traditional title holders in the country to work with other educational partners, non-governmental organizations, UNICEF, and UNESCO to find a peaceful solution to the strike’s difficulties.

“We were hopeful that by the end of ASUU’s one-month warning strike, both ASUU and the federal government would have reached an agreement,” Danjuma says, “but it’s regrettable that ASUU is embarking on another two-month strike.” We were convinced that it would have an impact on our kids and the country’s educational standards.”

Adding months at home, he said, would have major ramifications for the educational sector, as well as the economy, agriculture, and other areas of the country.

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“We don’t want our children to return home; we prefer to see dialogue between ASUU and the Federal Government in order to ensure open and honest talks that will quickly end the crisis so that the country can continue to pursue sound educational policies that are competitive in the international community,” he said.

According to him, the strike comes amid rising food prices, high petroleum prices, and general insecurity plaguing the country’s peace and stability.

“We don’t want our kids to be stuck at home for three months because of the strike.” we are pleading with the federal government to resolve their dispute with ASUU as soon as possible so that the children can return to school,” he added.

 

 

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