Top 3 Nigerian State Universities not affected by ASUU Strike

The deplorable state of Nigerian universities, concerning lingering strike action by the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU), has stirred major concerns among prospective and enrolled students; and their parents, guardians, or sponsors.

Here is a list of the top 3 state-owned universities, that are still in session, despite the ASUU indefinite strike action.

  1. Rivers State University: Situated in the garden city, Port Harcourt, the institution suspended all ASUU strike activities in 2017, following instructions from the Rivers State government.
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  2. Lagos State University: This is one of the most sort after intuitions in the country and has all academic activities on-going as normal.
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  3. Ambrose Ali University: The Edo State government was forced to resume activities in state-owned institutions, including AAU, following a protest by students in June 2022.
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The Academic Staff Union of Universities has been on indefinite strike for 172 days as of today.

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