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The Academic Staff Union of Universities ( ASUU ), Ambrose Alli University chapter has urged Nigerians to be prepared for tough time in 2018.
It said it was disappointing to see the manner the federal government handled issues affecting masses of the country including the fuel scarcity.
Chairman of AAU-ASUU, Dr. Monday Igbafen, spoke to reporters at the end of the union’s Congress in Ekpoma, headquarters of Esan West local government.
Dr. Igbafen urged President Mohammadu Buhari to do self appraisal with a view to making amends to salvage the deteriorating conditions of the citizens.
He cautioned Nigerians not to be too expectant in 2018 and predicted that 2018 would be tougher.
His words, “The issue of fuel is affecting everybody. We are extremely very worried because the vocal voices before now have become silent.
“Why is it that same Nigerians have become silent when we are fueling our vehicles with N300, N400 per litter.
“For us as a union, we feel that government should be indicted because we do not believe that government is not aware of what is going on. We felt Buhari represented change, but what we see today is abysmal failure.
“We foresee a tougher 2018 because the oppressors will get more hardened at all levels. The issue of our liberation should not be tied to any existing political party. It should be tied to our ideological belief”, he warned

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