Security Agencies Arrested About 7 Nasu Officials #Nasu Strike Update

 Update on Nasu Strike Mata 

Over the past few weeks we've been hearing rumours of Nasu Strike... Another strike? After Asuu strike and Corona Virus wahala? 
Students in different universities and other institutions of learning expressed mixed feelings? 
But did the Nasu strike really happen? 
Well that's why I made this post...
SSANU branch Chairman, Olumayowa Oyedepo, said, “We commenced our nationwide strike today {Monday} and went round the offices to check if our members are at work; we met two people that are not our members locked inside the Network Operating Centre (NOC) and after those guys came out of the room we discovered that they are not our members, so we handed them over to the school security.
“The industrial action started on a good note with total compliance by members until the DSS came to invite our chairmen (SSANU and NASU) for questioning at their state office at the instance of the university management. The chairmen and other officials obliged the invitation, had discussion with the DSS operatives and had since returned back to their houses,” he said.
The officials arrested by men of the Department of State Services included the National Financial Secretary of SSANU, M. J. Akanbi; branch Secretary of SSANU, T. M. Saheed; branch Secretary of NASU, Com. Flourish Josephine, Kwara State Council, State Secretary of NASU, Com. Owoeye, Idris Alata, and Adejumo Olusola, Stake holders of NASU and SSANU respectively.
Oyedepo said that the DSS interrogated their members for about two hours before they were released.

Do you feel they were unjustly arrested? 
Should they still go on with the strike? 

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