Members of the ruling class and their cohorts have their wards schooling abroad, so they have no commitment to end ASUU awstrike since political office has become occupational rather than public service.
Until we domesticate two very important practices as laws in Nigeria, we may not get out of this doldrums -first, an act to compel all public office holders and government appointees to have their wards educated in Nigeria Public schools from primary to tertiary level.
Secondly, an act to compel all political office holders, appointees and their dependents prohibiting them from seeking medical intervention outside Nigeria.
When these two laws are enacted, perhaps we will gradually see the end of needless ASUU strikes in the Country.
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