West Ezenwa issuing a challenge to Atiku

West Ezenwa issuing a challenge to Atiku

   West Ezenwa is issuing a challenge to Atiku or whoever manages his social media Handles , asking them to republish what Atiku  (tweet ) had previously tweeted. if I may ask Atiku again , You seem to be covering up the conduct while simultaneously criticizing it. Which is it? This is the 21st century, and only a fool could be fooled by themselves; people are too savvy for such a childish act.

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We Southerners and every lover of peace and goodwill find this very disrespectful and an act of being inhuman because of politics. If you cannot stand for what is right as a person or as an aspirant for the PDP, then I must advise you as a man to please use your good influence and condemn the act, and shame the killers and evil supporters of Deborah  May the lovely soul she left behind find Rest in Peace, and may Mother Nature play its role on all those involved in the same way.

West Ezenwa issuing a challenge to Atiku

And if you can’t unequivocally denounce the killing of an innocent young Nigerian in the country that you desire to lead one day, then you don’t deserve to be the leader of this country, and you don’t deserve to be president.


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ASUU bows to pressure, considers suspending strike

According to what thenigeriafm  has learned, the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) may shortly decide to stop its ongoing strike action.

Under the condition of anonymity, a member of the union who spoke with our correspondent about the strike claimed that the striking lecturers are currently discussing whether or not to call off the three-month strike.

It is possible that the suspension will only be in effect for a period of three months, as he has stated that negotiations with the federal government will continue throughout the grace period.

He warned that a strike would continue indefinitely if the government did not satisfy the demands of the ASUU within the allotted time frame of three months.

This comes just a few hours after President Muhammadu Buhari made an impassioned plea to the union to take into account the anguish that the strike was causing the students and end it.

On February 14, the union began a warning strike due to the failure of the Federal Government to meet its requests and implement the agreements that the two sides had previously committed into.

On Monday, May 9, the duration of the industrial action was prolonged by another 12 weeks, with the new expiration date set for August 9.


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