Students of the Niger Delta University (NDU) have approached Bayelsa state government to re-consider the proposition by the Academic Staff union of Universities (ASUU) concerning their progressing strike activity.
Talking with newsmen, the Students union board of the University drove by Comrade Iboteme Mathias made this supplication taking after the crisis meeting held by the union.
Review that the union had consented to cancel the strike if paid back payments of two months salaries to its individuals.
In his supplication, Mathias engaged the state government to put into thought the interest of the Students as they are the ones enduring the worst part of the mechanical activity set out upon by ASUU since April 26th, over non-installment of pay rates salaries.
The confidant refered to the executing of one Obele Wilson, a final year Student of Engineering at the college who was shot dead by criminals in Yenagoa a few weeks back as one of the impacts of the strike activity.
He likewise talked about the rising increment in good wantonness in the lives of Students as some female Students of the organization have taken into prostitution and their male partners got in criminal exercises.
He, in any case, begged the state government to listen to the cries of Students and consent to ASUU’S interest of two (2) months salaries.
He said, “The danger of Bayelsa state Students has kept on harming the lives of Students with promising future.
“I get a kick out of the chance to depict it as a cancerous threat to Bayelsa state and the Nation on the loose.
“Our college is located in the Niger Delta area, a spot thought to be extremely unfriendly, since its foundation, it has decreased militancy, yet since the strike, we have seen the restoration of militancy, pipeline vandalism and hijacking.
“Some of this students made up for lost time by the strike may have involved in militancy and different indecencies to keep themselves occupied, which is presently constituting to national shakiness.
“The Niger Delta Avengers representing a danger to the country’s peace and economy may likewise have been increased by some admired students who may have added numerically to the gathering because of disappointment.”