Revolution Now convener Omoyele Sowore has advised the Nigerian students to organise a mass protest against the Academic Staff Union of Universities ASUU strike which has kept them at home which March 23rd.
Sowore said this in response to Henry Shield’s tweet on the strike. “University students in Nigeria have been home for 8 months. 8 irreplaceable months!!!! No nation on earth should treat its young people like this”, Henry Shield tweeted.
Declaring himself in to join the students in the protests, Omoyele Sowore noted that the Federal Government and his officials do not care about the strike or its effects on the students as their kids are not schooling in Nigeria. Read also: Strike Continues As Ngige And ASUU Disagree Over N110bn Revitalisation Fund For Universities “#EndAsuustrike Let the students languishing at home organise a mass protest to force the @mbuhari regime to end the destiny destroying strike, I will join, they’ve got nothing to lose! The reason they don’t care is because their kids don’t go to school in Nigeria! #RevolutionNow“, he wrote.