Nigerians reacts to wike over graduation of his son from UK university

A few Nigerians via web-based entertainment, Monday, communicated disappointment over the graduation of the main child of the Governor of Rivers State, Nyesom Wike, from a college in the United Kingdom in the midst of the waiting strike activity by the Academic Staff Union of Universities.

Accurate Gist reports that scholarly exercises in state funded colleges in Nigeria have been closed down for near 147 days.

ASUU had on February 14, 2022, declared the initiation of modern activity following the disappointment of the public authority to fulfill some waiting needs of the association.

Nigerians reacts to wike over graduation of his son from UK university

Nigerians reacts to wike over graduation of his son from UK university

Remarking on the improvement via web-based entertainment, a Facebook client, Reno mowo, said, “Put salt on wounds? They wouldn’t foster the training area in Nigeria and why? Their wards are tutoring abroad. ASUU can be protesting until the end of time. They couldn’t care less. Wike was likewise a previous training clergyman.”

Another Facebook client, Chika Okwuolisa, said, “Their children and girls will continue to graduate abroad while understudies in Nigeria haven’t seen the four walls of their homerooms in over a half year because of strike. How low and heartless could we at any point get in this country?”

Additionally, one more Facebook client, Chris Ughanze, expressed, “Congrats to the graduating child. In any case, ASUU strike has entered five months and a few teachers and understudies are lobbying for the All Progressives Congress/Peoples Democratic Party to stay in power. They have annihilated our schooling, medical care framework and economy and have depositories reserved abroad where their own kids and are made recipients of the plunder.

“There is a cutoff to which one could get through remorselessness and damage of pioneers enthroned to serve.”

Accurate Gist reports that ASUU set out protesting in 2013 during Wike’s residency as regulating pastor of the service of schooling