By Muyiwa Adekojede Following the Two-week strike declared by Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU), which began on 9 March, 2020. University of Lagos is set to begin the purported strike from Wednesday, 11th March. This explains why individual lectures have proceeded with lectures on Monday and Tuesday. Departments of Chemical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, and others in Management Sciences and Arts had been known to partook in this. Speaking of the issue, The Dean of Students Affairs implored students to check lectures and confirm if lecturers were present at Lecture room in other to able to participate.Students have expressed satisfaction and displeasure concerning the on-going warning strike. Emeka, an Accounting student, Emeka, explained the adverse effects of the strike on students concerning tests and examinations. He said, “I actually think the strike will be to our disadvantage. If this strike occurs (then) there will be test… No time to revise then exam comes.”Another student from the Department of Mass Communication viewed the on-going strike from a the effect it has on academic calender and students themselves, arguing that it is “unfair”.