4 Aina appealed to members of the union to suspend the strike and allow the government to come with its proposal on how their demands would be meant.
5 She said that many of them have been stranded, idle and frustrated staying at home.
7 Oni explained that the students are beginning to get angry with the lecturer for not listening to the proposal by the government.
8 “We are tired and angry with our lecturers’ behaviours for not accepting the proposal by the Federal Government.
9 “I want to appeal to ASUU to suspend its prolonged strike and allow us resume to our various universities without any further delay,” he said.
11 Fatoki said that if not for the strike, he ought to have graduated because he had finished his project and waiting for his final examination.
12 “I want to appeal to the Federal Government, ASUU and stakeholders to find a lasting solution to the prolonged strike,” he added.
14 Ojo said that many youths have lost faith in the political leaders and ASUU because it appears that they are after their personal gains.
She urged both parties to resolve their differences and end the prolonged strike for the interest of the students, who have been abandoned and frustrated.