ASUU strike: The hustling Nigerian youth don’t need

I have stopped viewing WhatsApp statuses and the reason isn’t farfetched. I have grown extremely tired of seeing most of the best brains I have ever met become sudden entrepreneurs, hustling and selling stuff just to survive through digital media which encompasses whatsapp statuses, facebook, etc. I find this usually amusing and odd because I know these guys deserve better. Don’t we all? But the incessant ASUU strike, unemployment, insecurity wouldn’t let an average Nigerian youth shine and attain his or her full potential. It’s saddening that a female Ladoke Akintola University of Technology (LAUTECH) student was kidnapped at her work place few days ago, a hustle she probably wouldn’t need if her school was on session. According to trusted media reports, she took the job to keep herself busy and productive due to her academic journey being put on hold by the combination of the unyielding government of Nigeria and uncompromising nature of ASUU.

It is widely known…

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