Workers’ Day Celebration: The PDP Urges The Federal Government To Address The ASUU Strike

The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has called on the Federal Government to intervene promptly in the strike by professors at public universities in order to prevent the education sector in Nigeria from collapsing.

Mr Debo Ologunagba, the party’s National Publicity Secretary, made the demand in an Abuja statement on Sunday to commemorate the 2022 International Workers’ Day.

According to Ologunagba, inaction on worker welfare has continued to disrupt the nation’s social order and cripple its primary productive sectors, wreaking havoc on millions of families and the country as a whole.

Ologunagba went on to say that the country’s general inertia on problems of worker welfare reflected the country’s terrible reality, which included the closing of public universities.

Despite the suffocating climate, he praised Nigerian employees for their patriotism, perseverance, and ambition to build a nation, identifying workers as “true drivers of Nigeria’s life.”

Workers, according to Ologunagba, are the actual drivers of Nigerian national life since they reflect the Nigerian indomitable spirit and struggle for survival in citizens’ determination to propel the country ahead despite the problems.

He urged workers, and indeed all Nigerians, to be calm and hopeful as the PDP prepares to return to power democratically in 2023 to rescue and rebuild the country.

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