The federal government filed the matter before the court to resolve the issue of the ongoing strike by ASUU.
“This our action is going to affect majority of the elites and the integrity of the federal government,” said NANS
NANS said their plan of shutting down the airports was so that the federal government can in turn experience their suffering in the last seven months.
The National Industrial Court on Friday fixed September 19 to deliver the ruling.
Mr Afeez said the association would continue to occupy the major expressways until the strike is called off.
The protesting students called on the Buhari regime to pay all outstanding arrears and salaries of the striking lecturers.
Yusuf Ali nurses a king-size grudge and animosity against ASUU, which he takes pleasure in reviling at the drop of a hat.
Usman Abubakar-Rimi, a final year medical student of the Usmanu Danfodiyo University Sokoto, has turned into a street food vendor due to the months-long ASUU strike.
The CVC also told Mr Buhari’s regime to include the N170 billion revitalisation fund for universities demanded by ASUU in the 2023 budget.
The committee is expected to look into the issues of ‘no work no pay’ and remuneration of university lecturers.