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ASUU Strike: Students protest in Lagos

By Guardian Exclusive
20 September 2022   |   5:34 am
On Monday, it was the Lagos airport that was affected. It looks set to be Apapa ports that will be occupied on Tuesday. What about Wednesday? We don’t know yet, but as one student pointed out, the government should yield to the demands of ASUU before the on-going solidarity protest by NANS morphs into something akin to the #EndSARS protests.

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