The landlords are more happier whenever students are unconditionally out of campus maybe because of an industrial a strike or a protest. Why?
Students who paid for a year rent especially those in their final year will have to pay for another extra year because this session might be elongated beyond expectation because several students are unprepared and the unexpected decisions from the University Management in order to maintain peace on campus.
However, whenever there is a pause in the University’s academic calendar, the students are always at the receiving end, because they will eventually spend more on feeding, transportation and other logistics.
Thus, during the periods of compulsory holiday for the students, there are mass robbery on various hostels where students property are kept.
Furthermore, so many students would be denied the opportunity of chasing their dreams, career and desired aspirations etc. A perfect scenario involves the desire of graduates to pursue a millitary career after graduation and the compulsory NYSC. These opportunities might come through NIGERIAN ARMY, SHORT SERVICE COMMISSION (SSC) or the NIGERIAN ARMY DSSC, DIRECT SHORT SERVICE COMMISON among others.
Unfortunately, such dream might truncated basically because of the acceptable age restriction for such career upon application.
Hence, spending more than the stipulated time in an average Nigerian University has an age disadvantaged on Students, these prolonged years of academic pursuits are caused by various reasons.
Students are hereby advised to see reasons to be law abiding and constructive in their agitations, even while their demands are justified,this current age has migrated from the era of destructive Alutarism, as every demand and agitation can always ends on a round table!!!
SHUN VIOLENCE, ADAPT CONSTRUCTIVE AND DIPLOMATIC MEANS OF AGGITATING.
SEE YOU AT THE TOP
OBAGUNWA OLUWASEGUN (SUPREME) PRESIDENT AAUASU 19/20 academic session
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