Muhammad Sanusi Yahaya, a Scholar and Lecturer at the Usmanu Danfodiyo University Sokoto, reacts to the ongoing industrial action and the effects of the ongoing agitation by the striking academic unions.
“1. If people no longer want to attend our public universities when they can afford alternatives not because of paucity of government funding but because of the uncertainty of our academic calendar occasioned by incessant strikes.
2 If the micro economies of the university communities die because of frequent closure of the system
3. If young academics on study leave suffer because of strikes and the inability of unions to effectively sponsor the strikes
4. If the youths get demoralised and become resentful for not being able to achieve their dreams because of strikes
5. If young academics who are dedicated to their work of teaching and research get demoralised and resentful because they are pushed into an unplanned strike and are left to be on their own.
If strikes don’t hurt and damage the system what else does?
“You may have genuine grievances against the government but you must, as a citizen, study the government of the day, weigh the pros and cons of your actions and see how you can avoid further damage to the system.” he added.
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