Iba Gani Adams, the Aare Onakakanfo of Yoruba land, has empathised with the students affected by the extended Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) Strike.
The chieftain showed concern while speaking at his 52nd birthday in Lagos on Monday.
He said the failure of the federal government to resolve the issues with ASUU was at the expense of the future of the youths.
Adams encouraged the government to look into the issues in the education sector, adding that the students cannot wait another 12 weeks.
“Nigerian students cannot withstand another strike for the next 12 weeks
“I feel bad whenever I see that university students are still at home. This affects their thinking and portends grave danger to us as a nation,” he lamented.
The ruler further said he will keep touching lives positively, urging the Yorubas to uphold the religion, culture, and tradition of the tribe.
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