ASUU strike: ‘Shame on you’ – Singer, Simi blasts Nigerian leaders

Singer Simi has given Nigerian leaders a taste of the ongoing strike by the Universities Academic Staff Union, ASUU.

ASUU has been on strike since March because the government and the union have not reached an argument.

The inability of the government and ASUU to reach an agreement has continued to prevent students from returning to their institutions, which they have largely achieved.

Simi took to her Twitter account to express dissatisfaction about the average Nigerian state and called on Nigerian leaders over ASUU’s long strike.

According to her, the government is not concerned about the dreams and future of young people in Nigerian universities.

Read her tweet: “Higher institutions on strike for almost months, if not every year. The odds are always piled up against the average Nigerian. You spend the first half of your life just trying to survive.

“Taking away the hopes and dreams of the young. Destroy the futures until they are ready to settle for commas. Just to get them alive to see them the next day and fight for more hooks. Since they are not your own children, don’t their futures matter? Shame on you!

“If our country’s leaders cannot take pity on their own people, what can we do? They gain access to power and abuse it, abusing the people they should be serving. “

Seizing the government, Simi said: “The rest of the world is laughing with the giant called Africa. Shame on you all !!

“Imagine doing a four-year course for eight years but still without a job. This wickedness is too much.

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