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Is Atiku truly worried about the ASUU strike?

The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) says its presidential candidate Atiku Abubakar was deeply worried by the lingering industrial crises between the federal government and some labour unions in the country.


Spokesperson of the party’s presidential campaign council, Kola Ologbondiyan, in a statement said that Abubakar was particularly anxious about the deadlock between the federal government and the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU).


He said Abubakar was worried that the lingering crisis was capable of affecting the future of Nigerian undergraduate youths and put their families under undue pressure.


Read more: https://www.legit.ng/1209027-i-worried-asuu-strike-atiku.html

Judging from his statement, Is Atiku truly worried about the ASSU strike or was it just a mere political talk?

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Answered: Eze Ejike 5 months ago

Politics is a mind game, and also a game of chance. The opposition leverages on the shortcomings of the present administration. It broods on it, depicts it to the masses as one of the gravely calamity that wouldn't have emerged if it were to be in power.
It is a callous ploy that is staged by these actors to win the masses to itself. The ruling party will intend coming to terms with ASUU, so as to smoothen its ride to the election build up. ASUU, also embarking on a perfectly timed industrial strike, compelling the federal government (which is under pressure) to yield to its bidding.
In my opinion, Atiku is no newbie in the game of politics. He is worried about his ambition. It's all a game of wits.

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Answered: Tunde Owolabi 5 months ago

Every politician in Nigeria always have solution to all problems before they won election. After the election, they will start blaming the previous administration. That is what they will keep doing till the tenure elapse 

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Answered: Daudu Qazim 5 months ago

I wont say much on this...
But av you forgotten that Nigeria is a country of joke and fun, where we av comedians as our leader.. They joke with everything.  All what they want is how their pocket become bulky.
Abeg my fellow youth, let rise and rethink our strategy... We are the leader of tomorrow but the old papa are ruling our tomorrow.
Let's take it back from them.. That's why I support sowore for president...

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Answered: Bunu Helix 5 months ago
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Can't say much but Nigeria is a very funny country that even dullards as politicians plays with the welfare or interest of the nation as a joke. I don't Atiku is interested in the strike..

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Answered: Wilson Michael 5 months ago
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Non of our politican really care about ASUU strike, set politics outside,our politicians dont value education in Nigeria.

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Answered: ohonme Patrick 4 months ago

Is He a student ? trust me this men from the two major parties are and will remain our worst nightmare

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