Soft pedal on the on going strike so that the future of university students would not be jeopardized – Osun Traditional Council

Osun State Council of Obas has unanimously appealed to Federal Government and the Academic Staff Union of Universities ASUU,to soft pedal on the on going strike so that the future of university students would not be jeopardized.

Speaking with newsmen on behalf of the monarchs shortly after their monthly meeting at the State Secretariat in Osogbo,the Council Chairman,The Arole Oduduwa and Ooni of Ife, His Royal Eminence,Ooni Adeyeye Enitan Ogunwusi,Ojaja11, said the prolong feud between the FG and ASUU has caused a lot of damages in the society and has also affected academic calendar of the government institutions, nothing that monarchs will not fold their arms seeing things falling apart in the country.

“The traditional rulers across the country in a meeting held recently in Abuja had submitted their report to the president and the strike would soon be called off. He said.

The Co-Chairman of the National Council of Traditional Rulers of Nigeria,disclosed further that the youths are the future of the country, stressing that the frantic efforts must be put in place so that the next generation will not point accusing finger on the present leadership.
Ooni Adeyeye used the medium to congratulate, on behalf of the Council of Obas, Governor Adegboyega Oyetola on the anniversary of his second term in office and for recognizing them .
The council Chairman posited that the council as a body will continue to serve as a link between the Government and member of the public.

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