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FG must not trust ASUU: they are fraudsters

20 November 2013, 10:02

Its so unfortunate that we mop the floor while the tap is still running fully hoping to have a dry ground. The FG can't even see that this so called MOU is not the solution to the problem what a pity., i once wrote that 'ASUU are just fighting for their own pockets' i think it has become so clear now to us what their intentions realy are. This generation of ASSU executives only want to force the government for them to have their own cut of the national cake, and they keep ranting that its in the interest of the educational system. They are not even mentioning the fact that most of them themselves are out dated and can no longer keep up with the pace of educational advancement in the world today, how many of them are up to date with the latest development in their field, how many of them are really interested in going through an upgrading process, to make it simple, how many of them are even computer literate. Hmmm, yet they cry silly that they are fighting in the best interest of the system, what most of them really specialise in doing is to sleep with students posibly their grand daughter's age, collect money to award grades to those who can't even defend how they got into higher institution, and degrade those students that refuse to be their errand dogs and sex slaves. Its so unfortunate that innocent students have to suffer this fate at this period when they know they can force the hand of the government having discovered the weakness of its leadership. I hope someday there will be an uprising for positive change. ...Julius Ngbede Philips ...08116948969 ...Glo

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