ASUU OR #EndSARS, WHICH MOVEMENT IS MORE IMPORTANT?
Ending corruption In Nigeria has been one of the most difficult things to change in the country as the rate of corruption keeps rising every day.
Corruptions has entered every system known to Nigeria, Including the educational system, “ASUU” one of the main bodies of the educational system in Nigeria responsible for the activities of Universities academics in Nigeria as a global board, has since refused to let the universities open due to the facts that their salaries have not been paid by the government. The issues are still being resolved as the all have meetings discussing the debt owed by the government to the board, this becomes a threat to the students academics as the students tear up over the fact that some of them are supposed to be in their 200 level but due to the delay in opening the schools they would have to continue with the 100 level when schools finally reopen, The ASUU board has also advised the government to close up schools for the period of 3 to 5 years so that things can be put in place. Students all over the country are tired of this act and have come up with an online movement #endasuu as they protest against the closing of schools as it will affect their future.
On the other hand, the second movement which was created to make awareness of the corruption and police brutality In Nigeria #endsars is a movement that has made the voices of Nigerians known to the government as they call for an end to their police unit FSARS. This has been one of the biggest movement Nigeria has ever made in order for a brighter future for themselves and for their children, many people lost their lives in the protest which sparked up the destroying of lives and properties during the month of October , the government however has promised to make changes to the situation, one of this changes was renaming the FSARS to SWAT which the people have found non pleasing and are against it.
Now Nigeria have two major factors that are being hooked up with one string “corruption”. And if we were to make some big-time changes which of these movements do you think should come first and put into consideration above the other?