As the Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU, declared indefinite strike, a university lecturer has confused his project students as he relocates abroad in search of a better life
Since 14, February 2022, the public universities across the nation has been shut down following an industrial action by the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU)
While several meetings have been held by the union with representatives of the FG, there seems to be an impasse on reaching a mutual agreement.
A university lecturer, identified as Dr. Oyedele has decided to leave the country to search for a better life abroad.
He took to the class group to notify his project students that he has resigned and is leaving the country.
See screenshots of his message below;
@Statesman2080: “God abeg this shall not be my portion when i don already spend over 50k on my project 🙏🙏.”
@Dr_kunleOla: “Academe is home to some of the world’s most upwardly mobile individuals. They can take up another course of study abroad anytime & with ease. There’s an opportunity to take a postdoctoral, a sabbatical, etc. I will, however, return to NG after the strike. Please don’t ask me why.”
@dee_praize: “Swears!! 😂😂My own no even bother to know if we get project topic or not. Baba just zoom leave us. Na we begin find supervisors by ourselves.I didn’t even know if to swear for him or not. 🤦♂️.”
@SaintObi19: “One Department in Biological Sciences, UNN lost four of their young academic staff to two schools in the states. More are expected to japa before November. You guys think ASUU President was lying about this?.”
@Arbuber: “Honestly this is not funny o saw one of my lecturer today mehnn from the facial expression of the man you would understand wallahi they re going through alot.”
@adeyemiadeogun1: “Wait till ASUU resumes and get a new Project supervisor. At least they’ll know its not your fault. God will help you, so that you don’t have to start all over.”
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