Students express mixed feelings over suspension of ASUU strike.

Some university students have communicated blended responses following the suspension of the three-month old strike by the Scholastic Staff Association of Understudies (ASUU). ASUU strike Reports have it that the strike was suspended on Thursday, Feb. 7, after a mollifying meeting among ASUU and agents of the Government driven by the Priest of Work and Business, Congressperson Chris Ngige. The speakers had requested for the usage of assention went into by the administration with the association, including college revatilisation support and earned stipends. Breaking: NANS storms FG, ASUU meeting scene, requests end to strike Some Nigerian understudies who took to Twitter to express their conclusion said the activity was a strategy to cheat young people in light of the coming races. @iniobong tweeted: “How ASUU strike has not been an overwhelming issue in the progressing presidential battles demonstrates how unconcerned we as a whole are about our poor training framework.” @oheng2000 said “As much as I can imagine the way that #ASUU has canceled its strike, actually I think this isn’t right planning. Multi week to decision? It is safe to say that they are searching for approaches to get understudies back to class and utilize them for decision thuggery? Understudies sparkle your eyes ooo. Try not to be utilized.” @Mayowasam1999 said “It is extremely a decent advance by the legislature, however we as a whole know whether there were no races they won’t take care of it. I simply ask we don’t return to where we’re coming from after the decision.” In the interim, others communicated preparation to come back to class. @Bams_Jnr tweeted: “ASUU has at long last cancelled the strike, yahoo!” Strike: FG to proceed with arrangement with ASUU on Monday @Tchinedvu tweeted: “At last ASUU strike is finished, I would now be able to complete this 400L in harmony.” Nifemi Adebowale, who just picked up induction into the Government College of Innovation, Akure revealed to NAN he was cheerful to at last begin his college training, as his companions in different organizations were currently in front of him. “My folks prompted me to begin attempting to keep myself occupied till the strike is canceled. “My companions are presently in their 100L second semester while I am going to begin my college venture. “I am simply glad that at long last, I can continue school since I picked up induction into the college a year ago,” he said. In the interim, ASUU said if the National Government neglect to satisfy its piece of the understanding as reflected in the 2019 notice of Activity, it would continue its suspended strike.