For the one out of every ten Nigerians that has the opportunity to do a degree at a Nigerian University, the pain begins as soon as they have the joyful news they have been granted a place (most likely however, not in the subject of their choosing). So many young minds face the frustration of inadequate facilities, the prospect of delays through strikes and unrest, and beyond that, the harsh reality of ferocious competition for professional jobs at the end of it. Koye-Ladele's blog post gives an insight into the latest ASUU strike on the life of a Nigerian student.
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