Tertiary students have threatened to embark on a Nation wide protest if the Federal government does not put modalities in place to open schools within two weeks.
The resolution was reached in a virtual meeting organized by the National Association of Polytechnics Students (NAPS), National Association of University Students (NAUS), National Association of College of Education Students (NACES) amongst other as they decried the seemingly lack of empathy of the Federal government towards their continued stay at home.
The student leaders who expressed dissatisfaction towards what they call the unacceptable attitude of the government towards education also condemned the FG's decision to postpone the West African Examination Council (WAEC) due to the covid-19 pandemic.
Similarly, the Academic Staff Union of University (ASUU) also embarked on a strike in the wake of the lockdown necessitated by the covid-19 pandemic.
The students averred that they were tired of staying at home and want to return to school as those in finally year bid to graduate are will now be compelled to graduate next year.
Mixed reactions have however trailed the student's decision as many students are in suport of the Federal governments continued closure of schools as they are still enjoying the stay at home while others have started other hustles
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