Lagos – Daniel Onwe, a lawyer based in Lagos, has sued the Academic Union of Universities (ASUU) and Federal Government over the violation of the rights to the dignity of person of Nigerian students, AllAfrica reports.
According to the suit, Onwe is appealing to the court that a declaration be made that state the current strike is in violation of the affected student’s dignity as per Section 34 of the 1999 Constitution.
Onwe is hoping that the declaration would convince the ASUU and the Federal Govern to sort out their differences and reopen universities across the country.
In September, a man sued the ASUU over the negative impact the strike has had on his daughter, who is also a student.
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