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ASUU Strike: Cubana Chief Priest To Join Protesting Students

Pascal Okechukwu, better known as Cubana Chief Priest on Instagram, is planning to join Nigerian students in opposing the Academic Staff Union Of Universities Strike, which is still ongoing.

According to, the famous bartender turned to Instagram to post footage of himself in the streets, pushing students to stage peaceful protests so he could join in.

The chief priest went on to criticize the rising prevalence of crime as a result of the government’s inability to keep adolescents in school.

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He said that the city of Owerri has been turned to ashes as a result of the ongoing strike, which has left companies reliant on student activities at home.


Cubana Chief Priest further urged the government to end the strike as education is paramount.

He wrote; “If Students Begin Peaceful Protest Because Of This ASUU Strike I Go Support Them For The Movement With My Full Chest Just The Same Way Groups Bought Aspiration Forms Worth Hundreds Of Millions For Politicians.

“The Crime Rate Keeps Increasing Because The Youths Are Not Properly Engaged With Education. Our Economy Is Collapsing Because So Many States Like My State Generate So Much Funds For Their Economy From These Students When Schools Are In Session.

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“Owerri Has Over 5 Major Universities In It, The City Is Nothing When Schools Are On Strike, The City Becomes Completely Dry, Businesses That Are Around These Institutions Suffer So Much Which Makes So Many Collapse Completely.

“I Wonder Why Politicians Want To Use Their Children’s Education For 2023 Campaign Strategy. We No Go Gree Oh !!!! Parents Wey Say Their Children No Go Sleep No Suppose Sleep. We Get Numbers Oh, We Get Mind Oh, We Get Energy Oh !!!! Government Should End This ASUU Strike ASAP, Education Should Be Paramount.”



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