Opinion: The Affliction of Dele Sobowale

By Ebun Asagbe I am no medical practitioner, but surely there must be an appropriate term for the malady that ails Dele Sobowale. How did I arrive at this conclusion? Well, anyone who has read his recent articles on the ASUU strike would think the same way. I resorted to my old friend, Google, to […]

INTERVIEW: ASUU strike product of policy somersault

Mr. Tobias Amara is a seasoned lecturer, notable public administrator, former Head of Department, Public Administration, Abia State Polytechnic, Aba, Zonal Coordinator, South South, Public Administartion andthe laudable ideas  Management Development Institute (PAMDI), Abia State Chapter Chairman of the same institute. In this interview he spoke on the vexed issues of ASUU strike and JAMB […]

Again on the ASUU Strike.

There are hints, yes, insinuations, that the President, if ASUU rejects his next (perhaps, last) offer, will forcefully open the Universities- and perhaps Polytechnics, since ASUP is also on strike. I’m forced to ask (myself), Can that happen? Will he drag the lecturers back to class or will he teach us himself?- I particularly look […]

ASUU Strike: I Doubt President Jonathan’s Doctoral Degree

Fejiro Oliver For those uncouth MBBS graduates who will be reading this, thus feeling that I heeded to their request to write on the ASUU strike, haven written on the Medical strike; save yourselves the vain glory of praising yourselves that you made me pen this down. It has long been in the pipeline. As […]

ASUU: Getting the Right Stand

By Dan Chukwuemeka The ASUU strike that has confined university students to their homes has been a major topic of discussion on the lips of Nigerians. These issues between ASUU and the Federal Government usually leave severe after effects in their wake. As the general saying goes “When two elephant fights, the grass suffer”, In […]

What is the Problem with ASUU

By Ayodeji Sunday As an undergraduate, having experienced firsthand the rot that pervades our universities, I became a keen sympathiser with the cause of the Academic Staff Union of Nigerian Universities (ASUU). I believe that university teachers have the right to good working conditions. Education can only be effective in an environment where we have […]

ASUU Writes Governor Suswam On The Distortion Of The Report Of The Technical Subcommittee Of CNANU Implementation Committee

By Dr. Nasir Isa Fagge Dear Sir: Recall that the Committee of Needs Assessment of Nigerian (Public) Universities, CNANU, was set up by Government as a result of the dispute between Government and ASUU in respect of the funding requirements needed to arrest the rot and reverse the decay in the Nigerian University System. Recall […]


This blog claims no credit for any images posted unless where otherwise stated. Images on this blog are copyright to its respectful owners. If there is an image appearing on this blog that belongs to you and you do not wish for it to appear on this site, please E-mail with a link to the image and it will be promptly removed.