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Friday, October 15, 2021

ASUU Begs National Assembly To Enact Law Prohibiting Nigerian Govt Officials From Sending Their Kids To School Abroad..

The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) has called on the National Assembly to enact law that would stop government officials from sending their children abroad to study.





ASUU President, Prof. Emmanuel Osodeke who made the call on Thursday in Abuja at the reconvened meeting with the Federal Government, being conciliated by the Minister of Labour and Employment, said the officials must be compelled to enroll their children in Nigerian Universities.
 

Osodeke said, “We are hoping that the government will make it mandatory that if you accept any government appointment, your children must attend universities in Nigeria.

“The National Assembly must formulate a law that if you take an appointment, your children must study in the country. If you know that your children cannot be here, then there should be no need to accept government appointments”.

“Look at the budget we have seen recently, it is exactly the same thing we have been seeing. Nothing has changed. And this country is paying the high price for neglecting education – the banditry you see, the kidnapping and what have you, is because people are not being taken care of.

“That is why ASUU has been struggling, so that public universities in the country will be revamped, so that as our children go outside for learning, other children from other countries will also come here for the same purpose too and pay to this country in hard currency,” he said.

The Minister of Labour, Dr. Chris Ngige said some of the request by the union were within the reach of the Federal Government, stressing that the public universities will not be abandoned.


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16 comments:

  1. I know they won't sign it

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    1. And also medical tourism for ajala

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  2. Something they've already flush down the toilet

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    1. 😂 asking the same people sending their kids abroad to sign a bill into law that will prevent them from doing it 🤣🤣🤣🤣 what kinda weed did ASUU smoke to have the audacity 😂😂😂. Of course they won’t pay them attention.

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  3. How many of them have their children schooling in Nigeria that you are asking them to sign?

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  4. Good move but how many will comply

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  5. You better stop wasting ur time..this is dead on arrival

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  6. This is the solution to Nigeria's problem, government officials and their families banned from going abroad while in office, whether for education, healthcare or tourism. They should zoom into conferences et al. Let's see whether the flare for govt office won't reduce small and things in Nigeria won't improve big. Including our chools, hospitals, exchange rate etc.

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  7. The National Assembly people you are talking about have their kids studying abroad and are not hoping to bring them back.
    The minsters all have their kids studying abroad, so how will it happen? 🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄

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  8. Will this ever happen ? Maybe not with this our generation. I support it 💯

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  9. so that as our children go outside for learning, other children from other countries will also come here for the same purpose too and pay to this country in hard currency,”

    The statement above is part of the reason naira keeps deprecating and the exchange rate keeps rising. You are a government official and demanding other currencies by sending your kids abroad to study while your own currency is not demanded, of course your currency will keep loosing value.

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  10. 😂😂😂 even those Asuu officials how many of their children school in Nigeria and if they do it's most likely a well built private school.....Las las let's be watching na

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    1. ASUU officials don't use State funds to send their kids abroad.

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