Following the one month warning strike declared today by the members academic staff union of universities, ASUU, some students have lamented the development and called on government to urgently meet the demands of the striking lecturers..
Some of the students including Emmanuel Awoyode, Tobi Israel and David Oyetola said their lecturers would not have embarked on the strike had government honoured the agreement earlier reached.
The students said the current one month warning strike could degenerated to indefinite strike in view of the lackadaisical stance of the Federal government on the demands of the union.
Awoyode, Oyetola and Israel said government and ASUU should return to the negotiation table to resolve the lingering issues so as not prolong their study period on the institution.
During a visit to ASUU secretariat, University of Ibadan chapter, none of the executive members were on the ground to speak with Radio Nigeria.
While some students were seen returning to campus in preparation for the commencement of their 2021/2022 first semester lecture, others were sitting in group discussing the latest development.
Radio Nigeria also observed that some of the in empty.