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Strike: It’s obvious FG, ASUU have nothing to lose — Students’ union

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SMACIN GRACEFULL TEAM Strike: It’s obvious FG, ASUU have nothing to lose — Students’ union The Council of Student’s Union Presidents (CSUP) has lamented that it is losing students to incessant killings from bandits attacks as a result of their prolonged stay at home due to the Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU, strike. ADVERTISEMENT The Student Union President (SUG), Federal University of Technology (FUT) Minna, Mr Ishaka Yahaya, spoke on behalf of all SUG presidents across tertiary institutions at a news conference in Abuja on Thursday. ADVERTISEMENT Yahaya said that the Federal Government and the ASUU have nothing to lose amid the strike, adding that many students who were to be in school but resorted to doing other jobs, were being kidnapped and killed in the process. ADVERTISEMENT He urged the government to look into the demands of ASUU and att

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