NANS Airport Siege: Exclusive Videos, As Students Target Apapa Sea Port, Third Mainland Bridge Today

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National Association of Nigerian Students on Monday, September blocked access road to Murtala Muhammed International Airport, Lagos in protest against the ongoing strike by Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU).

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The students are demanding that the Nigerian government should resolve the issues with ASUU so that the strike can be called off to enable them go back to school.

See the pictures and videos below:

NANS Airport Siege: Exclusive Videos, As Students Target Apapa Sea Port, Third Mainland Bridge Today

NANS Airport Siege: Exclusive Videos, As Students Target Apapa Sea Port, Third Mainland Bridge Today
Omoyole Sowore addressing the protesting students on Monday, September 19, 2022.

Prime Business Africa gathered that the aggrieved students would continue the protest at Apapa Sea Port and Third Mainland Bridge Today.

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