Peter Obi Teaches Federal Government How To Solve ASUU Crises

Peter Obi Teaches Federal Government How To Solve ASUU Crises

  • Peter Obi has revealed that the federal government can easily meet the demands of the Academic Staff Union of Universities
  • According to him, this is achievable by using income generated from the sale of crude oil in just a month
  • The presidential candidate of the Labour Party at the National Retreat of the party in Abuja, the federal capital territory

The 2023 presidential candidate of the Labour Party, Peter Obi, says the Federal Government can meet the demands of the Academic Staff Union of Universities with the income it generates from the sale of crude oil in just one month but the government of the day does not have the political will to solve the problem.

Obi, a former governor of Anambra State, spoke on Monday at the National Retreat of the party in Abuja.

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Peter Obi blasts FG over ASUU
Peter Obi says FG can easily meet the demands of the Academic Staff Union of Universities. Photo: Obi support Network
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Similarly, human rights lawyer, Femi Falana, said the people behind oil theft are known by the government and have enablers within government, adding that Nigeria is the only oil-producing nation that has not installed the metre that gives accurate data on how barrels of crude oil in Nigeria.

Speaking also at the Labour Party event on Monday, the National President of the Nigeria Labour Congress, Ayuba Wabba, said the union, its affiliates and political commissions across the 774 wards in Nigeria will mobilise its members at the grassroots to achieve victory for Obi in next year’s presidential elections.

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Public universities in the country have been shut down for about seven months since February 14 when ASUU embarked on its industrial action.

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The camp of Labour Party presidential, Peter Obi has debunked reports that the former Anambra state governor was attacked.

Peter Obi's spokesperson, Valentine Obienyem made this known via a statement issued to the press on Monday, September 12.

As contained in the statement, Obienyem branded the report as fake news noting that it was instigated by the spokesperson of the presidential campaign of the APC, Mr. Festus Keyamo.

2023: Why Peter Obi cannot be disqualified but can be jailed

Meanwhile, there has been a recent call from a group for INEC to disqualify Peter Obi, over proposed N100bn campaign funds.

The proposed budget is outrageously above the N50bn maximum expenses the Electoral Act 2022 stipulated for a presidential candidate to spend.

However, the constitution did not recommend disqualification of presidential candidates for spending beyond the stipulated expenses but either paying a fine or being jailed.

Source: Legit.ng

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