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In Edo, students threaten to boycott elections over ASUU strike

Students in Edo state say there will not be 2023 elections, if the Federal fails to compromise with the academic staff Union of universities, ASUU to resolve the pending issues that have kept them out of school for over two months.

The Wednesday morning downpour could not stop the protesting students demonstrating against the ongoing ASUU strike.

The protesting students from different tertiary institutions in Edo state converged at the popular Oba Ovonramwen square known as ring road to protest against the Ongoing ASUU strike which has lasted for over two months.

The downpour in Benin city on Wednesday morning could not hinder the protesting students from pressing home their demands, asking the government to respond to the demands of ASUU so that they can return to school.

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