African Students For Peace and Dev. has cautioned the Academic Senior Staff Union (ASSU) ESUT chapter on the proposed disruption of the scheduled Enugu State University of Science and Technology (ESUT) exam which will resume on the 16th November, 2020.
The noble students body cautioned the academic union to be mindful of the pains of the students and their parents who have gone thru a lot since the begining of the year. The students body warned that will resist any attempt by ASSU to disrupt the exam time table.
Speaking to media in Abuja on the sideline of their annual Summit, the international students body through one Comrade Thom Anderson who stood for the International President of the Organization, Martins Chiedozie Ugwu, advised the ASSU to consistently demonstrate its devotion to the public interest and not always their selfish need. Comrade Anderson pointed out that many lecturers are running lecturing jobs in more that 3 schools thereby denying the students some due advantages of having them as full time lecturers. We know them and no one is talking about it and this is the time we will begin to ask questions on the legalities their actions as regard to works in so many public and privates schools since they bent on frustrating the students for their selfish agenda. This their singular action have denied a lot of young graduates employment opportunities.
The body made it clear that their stand is in line with NANS for the immediate reopening of all universities across the country and warn that they will mobilize all their resources to make sure the resist any attempt to disrupt the ESUT exam come monday 16th November, 2020.