CRITICAL ANALYSIS ON THE PROBLEM OF HIGHER EDUCATION IN NIGERIA

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This is in counter reaction to the supposition that ASUU (Academic Staff Union of Universities) should manage whatever it is for the moment that there is no money in the country.

The question then arise that is there no money? Or some set if person decides to hoard it? Take a look at this breakdown :

This are candidates who got the Presidential election form and are in same political party

1) Sen. Bola Ahmed Tinubu ₦100mn
2) Prof. Yemi Osibanjo ₦100mn
3) Rotimi Amaechi. ₦100mn
4) Sen. Godswill Akpabio. ₦100mn
5) Dr. Ogbonnaya Onu. ₦100mn
6) Sen. Chris Ngige. ₦100mn
7) Sen. Rochas Okorocha. ₦100mn
8 Sen. Ibikunle Amosu. ₦100mn
9) Pst. Tunde Bakare. ₦100mn
10) Com. Adams Oshiomole₦100mn
11) Prof. Ben Ayade. ₦100mn
12) Gov. Dave Umahi. ₦100mn
13) Dr. Kayode Fayemi. ₦100mn
14) Emeka Nwajiuba. ₦100mn
15) Sen. Ken Nnamani. ₦100mn
16) Yahaya Bello. ₦100mn
17) Sen. Orji Uzor Kalu. ₦100mn
18) Gov. Badaru. ₦100mn
19. Godwin Emefiele ₦100mn
20. Ahmed Sani Yerima ₦100mn
21. Ajayi Borriface. ₦100mn
22. Mrs Uji Ohnenye. ₦50mn
23. Pastor Nicholas Felix Nwagbo₦100mn
24. Dimeji Bankole ₦100mn
25. Yunusa Nuhu Ometo. ₦100mn

₦2,4500,000,000.

As at Thursday, The National Organising Secretary of APC, Alhaji Sulaiman Arugugu, Said;

1. 241 aspirants picked senatorial forms x 20m each = 4,820,000,000

2. 821 aspirants Picked House of Representatives x 10m each = 8,210,000,000

3. 1,505 aspirants Picked States House of Assembly x 2m each = 3,010,000,000

4. 48 aspirants Picked Governorship x 50m each = 2,400,000,000

5. 15 aspirants Picked Presidential x 100m each = 1,500,000,000

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*Thursday total = 19,940,000,000 (19 billion + approx)*

I accidentally met a write up circulating media castigating ASUU over the incessant strike asking them to manage the situation of no fund in the country and forfeit their demands as nothing is going properly in Nigeria, my rejoinder will be against only that point for now !

Let me call his attention, in Nigeria it is only poor masses are asked to manage the situation under the pretext of no fund but the top elites in govt position are always earmarking huge amount of money for their frivilous and greedy sentiment, he didn’t ask senators or any member of National assembly to forfeit their allowances and sacrifice some percentage of their salary for managing the life of Nigerians.

Between these greedy & incompetent leaders and poor masses who deserve to forfeit their entitlement to manage the life of one another ? Everyday we are seeing looting everywhere and still govt is screaming of no fund, no fund for education but there is fund to loot. Govt top officials are enjoying their luxury lives with 100% amenities while that of masses are hijacked telling them to manage the situation of no fund.

We are seeing them distributing luxury cars and buying aspiration forms of millions.

Every year there is Budget of renovating every office in villa and National assembly, even thier furnitures and decorations, allowances for servicing their vehicles and weekly newspaper which are all frivolous & greedy expenditure considering the country situation, huge amount of money are earmarked for these, if these money could be diverted to Education sector it would be a great achievement.

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Education and these frivolous office renovation which one supposed to forfeit it’s own share ? We have to think rational please. Yes ! Strike is not the only option to solve this issue, students should also storm Abuja and block every road in a bid to pressure the govt to act urgently, this will surely yield better fruits as it is the only language Nigerian govt understands !

We still have some blockhead writers that have absurd audacity to support govt in trying to destroy education system by advising them to eliminate ASUU…
Be rest assured, if ASUU is dissolved today, education system will not last for decade, even if it does, poor people can no longer afford it as it will be very expensive and that is what Govt want. So we have to wake up and do the necessary !

#NigerianYouths #WakeUp

Nigeria Youth Movement

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