KSU: An Open Letter To Kogi State Governor Yahaya Bello

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Your Excellency Sir,

From my heart and that of every good students of Kogi state university, I write you this short letter and hope it gets to your honorable desk before the strike get worse and also give you a little knowledge about the pains we are going through as students whom their passions to study are been delayed.

This strike is causing more harm than good to your imo stars… its seriously depleting and withering our burning passion and zeal to get educated by our alma mater.

We were very happy when the 2015/2016 session started in November and was going smoothly as planned.

The old students were ready to continue from where they stopped while the new students were eager to join the academic session.

Even when the non-indigenes school fees saga came up, the students didn’t loose focus.. They kept on studying frantically to make themselves and their parents proud.

Our joy was shut down uncontrollably the moment we heard about the strike and because nobody expected it to be this long… students stayed back in school even after hearing the news of the strike, especially the year one students who are yet to write their exams, with the hope that the strike won’t last, believing in the might and capability of the kogite.. But, you choose to murder our hope and trust in you.

This is now approximately six weeks we have been waiting patiently for this indefinite strike and eight weeks since we went on a short break.

I want to persons ask you sir to please meet with relevant stakeholders to ensure that this strike is resolved. We are tired of staying at home.

Yours sincerely,

Prince Yakub Yakub

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