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ASUU strike: Ekiti LG boss cautions students against crime



Oye-Ekiti (Ekiti)- Mr Sunday Ajimoko, Chairman, Oye Local Government Area of Ekiti, has advised students of the area against indulging in crimes, following the prolonged strike of Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU).Ajimoko gave the advice in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Oye -Ekiti on Thursday. He said it was regrettable that the ongoing strike had kept all the students at home with most of them  idle and bored .He warned the students, especially  indigenes of Oye -Ekiti to stay away from social vices such as kidnapping, drug abuse, stealing, cyber fraud and rape, which could jeopardise their future. The chairman said that ignorance was not an excuse in the court of law, adding that the best step a student could take during the strike was to acquire skills such as tailoring, hairdressing, cake baking and barbing.” As a parent and concerned stakeholder in education, I want to advise and equally warn our students to stay away from crimes during this prolonged strike by ASUU.” I am aware that most of them are idle, bored and miss their various universities but being idle can be very dangerous.” I want to advise every student to embrace skill acquisition programme such as tailoring, hairdressing, cake baking and barbing to enable them get busy during this period,” he said. According to him, acquiring skills will help the students to be properly engaged till ASUU decides to call off the strike. Ajimoko warned that any  student caught indulging in crime would be arrested and prosecuted without considering the reason for his or her actions.(NAN)

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