Report reaching schoolwatch.com.ng news desk has it that, the All African Students Union (AASU) has appealed to the federal government and the Academic Staff Union of Polytechnics to resolve their differences in order to end the more than five months old strike embarked upon by the polytechnic lecturers.
President of the Ghana-based association, Mohammed Bilali Sallah, made the appeal yesterday in Abuja when he led a delegation to present an award to the chairman of the board of Trustees of Nigerian Maritime Administration, Safety and Agency (NIMASA) (Rtd) Lt. Col. Agbu Kefas.
Sallah who was represented by the association’s head of mission, Mensah Abel, alongside Leads of Democratic Students (LEADS) said other student bodies needed to also “lend credence to the voice of teeming Nigerian students, parents and other stakeholders to resolve the impasse in the ultimate interest of national development.”
He said the NIMASA boss had committed his efforts in rebuilding the nation’s maritime system, “thereby setting a good pace for the entire Africa in the areas of contemporary competent local capacity in meritorious technocracy, industrialisation and peaceful co-existence.”
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