The students of the University of Ilorin, Kwara State have vowed to move en mass continuously with other students of 10 educational institutions in the state to occupy and block the roads to various places in the state capital to register their displeasure over the lingering ASUU strike in the country.
Comrade Taofik Waliu, The President of UNILORIN Students’ Union Government stated this while speaking with newsmen during a protest at the school gate on Tuesday.
According to him, the protest was staged to create awareness among stakeholders and public members over their sadness on the ASUU strike.
“We want to graduate. The FGN should listen to ASUU’s demands. We don’t plan to move around town today. We hope that soon ASUU strike will be a thing of the past whereby hanging students can graduate and hanging 300 level students can move up and so on.
“However, if nothing fruitful comes out after the FG/ASUU meeting this week, we will move en mass continuously with other students of 10 educational institutions in the state to occupy and block the roads to various places in the state capital to register our displeasure over the lingering ASUU strike,” he warned
Our correspondent reports that The protest came hours after ASUU extended its ongoing strike by another 12 weeks.