Tuesday September 20, 2022
As the strike embarked upon by the Academic Staff Union of Universities ASUU, enters 7 months,The Founder Christ Apostolic Church Mountain of Mercy Prophet Moses Aladeolu has urged federal government to withdraw the court case concerning the strike by Academy Staff Union of Universities in the interest of future, of affected students and Nigeria education sector.
Prophet Alade-Olu made this known in his monthly message to Nigerians and those in position of Authorities.
According to the Prophet, the 7 months old strike has not only bastardized the education sector but also increased the economic hardship especially in those areas where Universities were located.
“There’s no doubt that the Government under President Muhammadu Buhari is currently facing a lot of challenges which includes Security,health and payment of salary.
Voluntary donation especially from well meaning Nigerians will go a long way to tackle some of the problems confronting University Education in Nigeria.
Federal government should pool together the funds generated as an endowment to address tertiary institutions’ development and demands in Nigeria.”
“Ministry of finance should be mandated to manage this process and ensure accountability.
The Workers Union of tertiary institution should be required to undertake a Non – Suspension of academic activities during industrial strike as a condition for accessing these funds.”Prophet Alade-Olu said.
Prophet Alade-Olu who retired as Minister of God in CAC Ori Oke Aanu Ojoo Ibadan, also recommended that a law must be enacted to prevent future occurrence of Strike by ASUU, Medical Practitioners and Health Workers for the advancement of the country.
The Cleric who is currently residing in south Eastern part of country for evangelism admonished every well meaning Nigerian to support ASUU through financial donations for upliftment of tertiary education in the state.
Prophet Moses Alade-Olu in his message also prayed for those in position of Authorities for divine knowledge to govern the affairs of the most populous country in Africa.