Normalcy of serious academic and social activities have returned to campus full swing with the resumption of teeming students at lecture halls and other study centres.
Like other Federal Universities nationwide, FUNAAB permanent site at Alabata suffered a Lull occasioned by the three months of nationwide strike Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU), to press home their demands for the implementation of their agreement with Federal Government on enabling academic environment.
The strike threw the campus off-balance, thereby turning academic, business and social activities to a shadow of its old self.
Worst hit were operators of commerce, especially petty traders, business centres, transporters and food vendors, etc whose survival depend largely on students patronage.
The strike, according to them dealt a devastating blow of little or no patronage that inflicted hunger on them for over three months.
However, the business community began to heaved a sigh of relief when ASUU called off its strike about two weeks ago.
Iya Sade Alate as she is fondly called at Camp area said it was until the students resumed largely last week Monday that sales began to improve.
Speaking in the same vein, Kendobi, a commercial bus driver said with the return of students to campus, he’s no longer spending long time on que for passenger.