ASUU Strike: Ahmed Musa slams politicians with children in foreign schools

In the midst of this lingering strike action that doesn’t seems to be ending anytime soon between the governing body of Tertiary institutions across the country which is the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) and the federal government.

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Super Eagles forward who also holds the role of captaincy in the team in the person of Ahmed Musa has expressed his utmost disgust and displeasure as to how both parties involved in the strike action bring reluctant to finding a solution to bring the strike action to an halt.


Taking to his verified Instagram handle in a post that is now been talked about all over Internet, Ahmed Musa expressed shock and disbelief as to how the country’s ruling class doesn’t believe in the system they are administering which doesn’t look for they themselves and the poor messed at large reason why they send their
children abroad to study.



With a case scenario which presented itself just this past week which captioned pictures across the internet that has to do with the present Rivers State Governor, in the person of Nyesom Wike honouring the graduation of his son from a U.K university.


And that isn’t just limited to the Governor of rivers state, as it has clearly become the lifestyle of several holders of Apart political offices who just doesn’t seems to care about the interest of the massed as they joyfully celebrate the graduation of their children from citadel of learning outside the shores of the countries.



Taking to his Instagram handle to lament how undergraduates in government owned higher institutions in Nigeria have been wasting their lives being at home  rather than being schools, Super Eagles captain Ahmed Musa wrote.



“To our political office holders whose children school abroad. How do you feel visiting your children abroad, taking pictures in their schools and posting online while ASUU is on strike?”


“Like seriously, how is it ok to you? You’re running a system that you don’t even believe in. Show me one Oyibo leader whose child is schooling in Nigeria”


“E no dey touch una? And when you return Nigerian youths will still gather and sing praises for una.” he lamented.

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