The leadership of National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS) has passed a vote of no confidence on President Goodluck Jonathan for lacking the political will to revamp the education sector.
NANS, in a statement signed its national president, Prince Miaphen, said most worrisome and infuriating was his administration’s failure to implement the 2009 agreement reached with ASUU.
The statement further lamented that successful governments had paid lip services to the development of education in the country.
The statement reads in part, “We can not watch in silence as our universities and other high institutions churn out half-baked graduates every year due to incessant strike. We can not suffer in silence while individuals responsible for our travails send their own children to choice universities abroad.”
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