Kate Henshaw: Varsities won’t strike if politicians’ kids school here
Popular actress Kate Henshaw has accused leaders of ‘nonchalance’ towards the plight of the students.
The seven-month-old strike by the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) has continued to attract concerns.
After several months of negotiation by ASUU and the Federal Government proves unyielding, the gym enthusiast took a swipe at the latter for the varsities still being shut.
Henshaw wondered whether universities would have been shut for even a single day if politicians’ children were schooling in the country.
Further irked by the recent public celebration accompanied with photos online of President Buhari’s daughter-in-law, Zahra Buhari’s emergence with a first class degree from a varsity overseas, the thespian empahsised the need for every youth to vote wisely in the forthcoming elections.
She wrote: “If their children were schooling here, do you think the Universities will be shut for even one day??
“Instead they rub it in your faces that they don’t care while they celebrate with glee the graduation of their children in the abroad. VOTE WISELY!!!