Solace Ojutule who is reportedly the Kogi East Coordinator of The Global Youths Parliament Nigeria and Founder of ‘She Rise Africa’ has however urged students who are currently on strike to use their time productively.
Solace who took to her social media said “ASUU has refused to call off strike and you are still at home. Yes this period is frustrating for you, I know. I was once there. But don’t let that deter you. be focused on building your capacity. It is not time to relax, it is the time to learn, unlearn and relearn.
“I learned tailoring skills during ASUU strikes in my undergraduate days. Yes I am a tailor and the skill lives with me. Whenever I need it again, I am going to pick it up.
Yours might not be tailoring, but make sure you don’t waste this period. Take online courses. Learn graphics. Video editing. Baking. Photography. Learn something you really like.
“Yours might be to give back to your community. Volunteer. Yes, serve your community. Organize lessons for out-of-school children. If you are passionate about gender equality like me, mobilize girls and encourage them to develop their capacities.
Teach rural farmers how to grow improved crops. Mobilize people to clear the drainage. Mobilize young teenagers and talk them out of cultism. By doing this, you are also building yourself. Nigeria may not be willing to help you, but you can help yourself and your community.”
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