Bayelsa Students Advised against Wreaking Havoc During ASUU Strike

Students in Bayelsa State have been advised against doing the unthinkable and to avoid wreaking havoc on innocent residents while the Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU strike is ongoing.

According to the Deputy Governor of Bayelsa State, Lawrence Ewhrudjakpo, he charged the students not to allow the ongoing ASUU industrial action move them into anti-social tendencies that would destroy their bright future.

He cautioned against indulging in habits and behaviours that would threaten their chances of becoming better people in the state and further advised that they should imbibe the reading culture and pursue worthwhile goals capable of enhancing their learning and sound character in and out of school.

Ewhrudjakpo spoke while granting an audience separately to the National Union of Bayelsa State Students, NUBSS, Worldwide, and students of Sagbama Local Government origin studying at the Federal University, Otuoke, in Government House, Yenagoa.

As indicated in the statement issued by his Media Aide, Mr. Doubara Atasi on Wednesday, the Deputy Governor, the deputy governor described them as a veritable foundation for sustainable development of any people and their society.

Reacting to the Governor’s advice, their union formally used the opportunity to request for sponsorship to enable them to campaign against cultism in secondary schools.

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