Commercial activities has fully resumed on campus. This is due to the suspension of the three months strike undergone by the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU).

In an interview with Mary Yakubu, a food vendor at the party rice restaurant in the Naraguta campus, she said: “since the suspension of the strike and the subsequent resumption of both students and staff, there has been a massive increase in sales. The restaurant is  now filled with people purchasing food and drinks”, she stated.

   Also, speaking with Taiwo Benjamin, who operates a business centre within the university premises, he said that the suspension of the strike and the resumption of academic activities in the University has revived the commercial life of his business. He further stated that the Government should fulfill its promises to ASUU to avoid the occurrence of another stri

Other itinerant traders are also seen around the campus selling their wares while others hawk their wares around students social centres and car parks within the school.

Report and photos by Patience Agada
Edited by JM (3/5)

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