Nigerian strike schools

Strike-School: 7 Nigeria Universities that go on Strike the Most

Top 7 Nigerian Strike School

In the Nigerian University system, a typical course takes about four years to complete.

Students however, know that it takes divine intervention for one to go through just four years without facing a Pause

The list below is our Top 7 Nigerian Strike Schools


  •  Ladoke Akintola University of Technology (LAUTECH)

Nigerian Strike Schools

This is one school that has been caught up in a web of drama from two different states, Osun and Oyo state, respectively.

Being a joint ownership property of the two states, the two states have immensely failed in delivering on financing the school where necessary.

  • Kogi State University (KSU)

Nigerian Strike schools

Just in the wake of 2016, the academic staff of the Kogi State University placed all academic activities on hold due to the long over due payment of salaries. Just Like That.

They reached some sort of arrangements and part salaries were disbursed, but the peace was not for long. In November of 2016 the management decided to cause an uproar again for the rest of their salaries.

  • University of Ibadan (UI)

Nigerian strike schools

In 2016, the management and staff of the University of Ibadan brought all academic activities in the school to a pause.

Following a student staged protest against the little or no power and water the school was providing for them.

Not long after the strike was over, the None Academic Staff Union (NASU) embarked on their own strike

  • Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta (FUNAAB)

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Following a protest against robbery and bullying on the FUNAAB campus which led to a severe injury of some students and two policemen, the management set the school on hold.

The students were fined ₦ 5,000 upon returning.


  • University of Lagos (UNILAG)

Nigerian Strike school

The university of Lagos Is one Nigerian University that has embarked on several series of protest and strike action.

The major cause of UNILAG strike action is usually ASUU or actions led by the student union.

UNILAG protest in 2016 poor and inadequate basic amenities. The action lead to about two weeks of strike and a signing of an indemnity form.

  • Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU)

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This is one university that has several known record of strike cases. The strike actions were usually due to one payment or another.

  • Imo State University (IMSU)

Nigerian strike schools

The strike actions of Imo State University is evidently due to the cutting of the salaries of the state owned university.


The reason why Universities embark on their striking is due to one payment or another.  Either  ways, It is the students that suffer the greater part of the actions.

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