ASUP decries lingering fuel scarcity, high spate of insecurity

Nairobi-fuel-shortage14 March 2014, Makurdi – The National Executive Council (NEC) of the Academic Staff Union of Polytechnics (ASUP) has decried the increasing spate of security challenges in Nigeria, especially as they affect staff and students of educational institutions in Nigeria. It has also lamented the re-emergence of fuel scarcity and its implications on the well-being of the national economy.

Arising from its 76th meeting held at Akperan Orshi College of Agriculture, Yandev, Benue State,  ASUP also expressed worry over the growing political tension being generated by the Nigerian political class and its consequences on the unity and future of the nation, calling on

It therefore called on politicians to demonstrate adequate maturity and statesmanship, both in words and actions for national interest while political impunity should be curbed through appropriate sanctions where and when necessary.



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