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As students block the Lagos Airport Road, traffic is gridlocked due to the ASUU strike.

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College understudies fighting the seven-month industrial activity by the Academic Staff Union of Universities on Monday morning obstructed a part of the frontage road to the Murtala Muhammad Global Air terminal in Lagos, Stations TV has learnt.

The circumstance caused gridlock along the pivot as the vehicular development all through the air terminal was stalled.

The representative for the Lagos State Police Order, Benjamin Hundeyin, told Stations TV that cops have been sent to the scene.

“Our men are there,” he said in a phone talk on Monday morning.

The Public Advertising Official of the Public Relationship of Nigerian Understudies, Giwa Temitope, affirmed to Stations TV that police officers are at the dissent scene.

“They are here to safeguard us. No one has been bothered except for we are not yielding. No retreat, no acquiescence,” he said.

Stations TV had before announced that NANS individuals took steps to ground exercises at the nearby and global air terminals the nation over compelling today as a feature of endeavors to commute home their interest that the ASUU strike is called off.

The fighting understudies had last week obstructed the Lagos-Ibadan Freeway and the Ibadan-Ife Street.

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