Former Minister of Education, Oby Ezekwesili has said the demands made by the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) to end the strike are unrealistic.
Ezekwesili said this on Wednesday when she appeared on Channels TV.
She said the solutions being proposed by the union to solve issues raised cannot be reached.
“I think that the issues that ASUU raises concerning improving the university system are very germane to what you need to discuss in an economy and society like ours. I find the solutions, however, rather unrealistic,” she said.
“The reason that I maintained that the solutions proposed by ASUU are unrealistic is because I do not think that we have had the kind of conversations that would enable us to solve structural problems in a structural way.”