ASUU Strike: Cubana Chief Priest Pledges Support for Nigerian Students

Cubana Chief Priest has come out to pledge his support for the Nigerian students over the ongoing Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU strike, while pointing out reasons for the strike to come to an abrupt end.

The popular Instagram personality whose real name is Pascal Okechukwu, will join University students to protest against the ASUU industrial action lingering for a considerable period now.

He, however, requested that the students should ensure that the protest is peaceful to enable participate fully and contribute his quota to the move to stop an act that jeopardises the future of the Nigerian youth.

It was gathered that the celebrity barman took to his Instagram page to share videos of himself in the streets urging students to hold peaceful protests so he can participate in it.

He pointed out how crime and criminality have been thriving since that industrial action and how it’s important to have the students return to their various education institutions.

He said Owerri city has been reduced to nothing due to the lingering strike that has kept businesses dependant on the student’s activity at home.

Cubana Chief Priest further urged the government to end the strike as education is paramount.

Cubana Chief Priest

“If Students Begin Peaceful Protest Because Of This ASUUStrike I Go Support Them For The Movement With My Full Chest Just The Same Way Groups Bought Aspiration Forms Worth Hundreds Of Millions For Politicians.

“The Crime Rate Keeps Increasing Because The Youths Are Not Properly Engaged With Education. Our Economy Is Collapsing Because So Many States Like My State Generate So Much Funds For Their Economy From These Students When Schools Are In Session.” He said.

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