It is disheartening to bring to your notice that Nigerian Universities will no longer resume on the 18th as initially stated by the National Universities Commission, NUC, a couple of days ago. The reasons for this suspension are carefully explained below.

The union leaders of the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) have disclosed that Nigerian Universities are not prepared for the resumption of operations due to a lack of preparatory materials to handle the Covid-19 pandemic for students and teachers.

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Dr. Adeola Egbedokun, the union Chairman at the Obafemi Awolowo University, Osun State, stated that the union cannot afford to mess with the health of its students and warned that no preparatory measures have been put in place to deal with the pandemic.

However, COVID-19 is very real and this second wave is as real as described. We cannot afford to toy with our health and the health of our dear students in the name of resumption, which is politically motivated.

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Reasons why the Universities cannot cope with the situation

“There are no preparations for safe re-opening of the universities and I think parents must insist on safe re-opening. The current classroom and hostel configurations in our universities do not in any way conform with the PTF (Presidential Task Force) on COVID-19 protocols.”

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“There is no way universities can achieve that. I have said this elsewhere, that rather than for government to have addressed the obvious deficits in the public universities during the lockdown and strike, they were playing to the gallery.”

Dr. Adebayo Oni, Chairman of ASUU-FUNAAB, added that the University lacks protective materials for hand washing, as lecturers have not been provided sanitizers. He also warned that the University may not have the capabilities to deal with a surge of students during the pandemic.

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“The lecture halls are overcrowded. As of today, on my own campus, I have not seen any facility for hand washing. Who is to provide sanitizers? Do you expect lecturers to provide sanitizers for themselves? Fumigation of the environment from time to time should be done.

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“It is definitely a threat to the resumption of academic activities. The fact is that under this circumstance and looking at the threat of the figure, going physical with students would be more disastrous.

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10 Advice To The Greatest Nigerian Students

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These important and effective pieces advice are for every Nigerian Student, prospective students and even graduates.

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  1. Hustle along with your works/business even as you go back to school.
  2. Hustle more than you school, e get why!
  3. Do not hope to secure a job with the course you are studying, rather secure a job for yourself while in school.
  4. It is not a time to while away, but a time to be more calculated.
  5. Do not ignore learning because it will help you even in your own field of hustle.
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  7. If you are looking for where to invest, try Bitcoin and Ethereum, it doesn’t require any deep knowledge like Forex.
  8. Do not join any cult group, it can only ruin your life and ambition.
  9. Looking for a skill to learn, try computer skills, and learn more on your own.
  10. Wahala be like Temple run, e no finish. So, do not run from challenges, face them.

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