The Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Administration,Nnamdi Azikiwe University Awka, Prof. Greg Nwakoby has dismissed rumours regarding the date of resumption stating that the management of the university is yet to decide on that.
Prof. Nwakoby however was sceptical whether the strike would or would not affect the resumption of academic activities in the school.
However, Prof. Nwakoby appealed to Federal Government and ASUU to be considerate on the plight of the students and the educational system which he described as being in a state of jeopardy urging both sides to shift their ground.
The Prof. further asserted that the industrial action embarked by ASUU is indirectly promoting private universities at the expense of public universities.
He expressed fears that if adequate measures are not taken, the system would collapse.
The University Don further advised students not to see the industrial action as a guarantee to veer off the right part in engaging in all sorts of social vices and brigandage.
He advised students to embrace their studies and engage their time in meaningful endeavours
expressing optimism that in no distant time, the strike would be called off.
This information has been published by the Office of Public Relations, Students Union Government, Nnamdi Azikiwe University Awka.
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