The varsity said it noted the pains being experienced by students and parents as a result of the protracted strike by ASUU.
“We are planning to block government organisations that generate money for them if the ASUU issue is not resolved.”
The elder statesman said that education matters ought to be handled by someone who appreciates the effect of the strike.
Mr Matawal also identified cronyism, lack of adequate and qualified teachers, and others as affecting educational standards.
The educationist said vocational centres and technical schools would help reduce the rate of employment in Nigeria.
Ms Ayoade holds a degree in Biochemistry from the University of Ilorin, master’s degree from the University of Lagos and a doctorate in Biochemistry.
NANS urged Nigerian students across the six geopolitical zones to come out en masse to take over “all international airports in the country.”
“This is very critical towards attaining our set goal of becoming the best university in West Africa,” said the LASU vice-chancellor.
Governor Atiku Bagudu has approved the reconstitution of governing councils of Kebbi’s tertiary institutions.
The students are asking that the federal government speed up actions toward resolving the lingering crisis between it and ASUU.