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Top 5 Universities That Go On Strike
Some schools are just so good when it come to strikes. It is either the government that causes it or the students had to protest or riot over some issues. These Universities cannot do without going on strike in a session. The schools are listed below;

LAUTECH: Ladoke Akintola University of Technology is owned by two states, osun and oyo state. This school is always known for their incessant strikes. Currently they are on strike which has lasted over seven months. I know you will be surprised but it is the truth. Strike is due to lack of fund from the two states government.

KOGI STATE UNIVERSITY: This University is located at Anyigba in Kogi state. I don’t really know much about this school but I do know that they do go on strike.

OAU: Obafemi Awolowo University is one of the best Universities in Nigeria but it is also known for incessant strikes. Due to this, some funny dudes translated OAU as “Oba Adaniduro University” which means the king of strikes. Funny? Yeah, really funny.

IMSU: Imo State University located at Imo state. They are fond of going on strike. Their last strike was caused by the government when there was a 30% cut in the lecturer salary.

UNILAG: University of Lagos is located in Lagos State known for its beautiful environment and also known for suspending or rusticating students which usually cause riot by the students leading to strike.

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