ASUU has said it will continue its strike until the federal government meets its demands.
Speaking at the University of Port Harcourt in Rivers State, the association’s national chairman, Biodun Ogunyemi, said the government must begin implementing its 2012 report.
Ogunyemi, who spoke at an ASUU-stakeholder forum to explain to the people the organization’s efforts, said their interests were genuine and the interests of the country as a whole.
He said students were the ones who would benefit most from their needs and urged them to look into the matter.
“Students who are our children and development partners need to understand that what we need from their government will benefit them and the country, good student hostels, well-equipped libraries, labs and other offices to provide a quality reading system. He said.