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Lagos Govt Tackles Peter Obi Over False Declare About ASUU Strike

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Lagos Govt Tackles Peter Obi Over False Declare About ASUU Strike

The Lagos State Authorities has tackled the Labour Celebration Presidential candidate, Peter Obi, for making a false declare on the continuing strike by the Educational Workers Union of Universities (ASUU).

The way it began: A tweep with the username, Tony Montana, had shared a video clip of Obi from a studio dialog by which the previous Anambra State Governor was commenting on the state of the nation.

Commenting on the continuing ASUU strike, Obi claimed that the one college that’s not on strike at this time is the Anambra State College and that was all all the way down to what he did throughout his time because the governor of the state.
The presidential candidate stated, “And they’re coming each 4 years to present you 5,000, 10,00, do you wish to proceed like that or would you like your gratuities and pension paid as and when due.

“The lecturers who will not be paid, the scholars who will not be in class, it’s for them to resolve.
“You might be speaking about what I did… the one college that’s not shut down at this time is the Anambra State College due to what Peter Obi did,” stated Obi.

Lagos govt reacts: Reacting to the video, Gboyega Akosile, the Chief Press Secretary to Lagos State Governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu, quoted the unique tweet with a remark to counter Obi’s declare.

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He stated, opposite to the previous governor’s declare, there are different universities who’re nonetheless in session regardless of the ASUU strike.

Akosile stated, “Pricey Mr. @PeterObi, why do you lie with ease? there are a number of Universities that aren’t on strike- Lagos State College @LASUOfficial, Kaduna State College, Kwara State College,
Rivers State College, Osun State College, Kogi State College and many others are in session.”
The frontline presidential candidate has severally been accused of creating incorrect claims particularly when quoting figures.

Supply:- Pulse

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