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The National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS), alongside the National Association of University Students, South-West zone, has directed over 22 million Nigerian students to shut down all international airports nationwide until the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) strike is called off.

NANS urged Nigerian students across the six geopolitical zones to come out en masse to take over “all international airports in the country.”

The association asked the Federal Government to address the yearning issues of ASUU and other unions.

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In a statement on Wednesday by its South-West coordinator, Adegboye Olatunji, NANS said it waited long for Mr Buhari to resolve the ASUU crises to no avail.

The association accused the government of not showing concern about the strike “for so long, ASUU/ASUP strike had been ongoing, and the federal government has not been showing concern through the minister of education.”

NANS added that Nigerian students would take the bull by the horns and no longer keep quiet, pointing out that Mr Buhari’s position on the crises could ruin their future.

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