ASUU Ready to Call Off Strike – Osodeke
The President of the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU), Prof. Emmanuel Osodeke has said that the union is ready and willing to end its seven-month-old strike.
He, however, said this could only be achieved if concrete agreements were reached with the Federal Government.
Osodeke, reiterated the union’s commitment to return to school if the Federal Government puts its proposal on the table, saying that negotiation could be reached if the government was willing.
ASUU embarked on industrial action on February 14, making it over seven months since public universities across the country were closed down.
The Federal Government recently sued ASUU at the industrial court in an attempt to end the strike.
7 thoughts on “ASUU Ready to Call Off Strike – Osodeke”
Tired of repeated statements. Let there be no posts until everything is in order. Other countries are watching all these. What do you think they will be saying about us for posting same thing like new Facebook users?
I agree absolutely.
Love this, you’re absolutely right darling
We’re all sick and tired about this ASSU strike of a thing.
🤣🤣🤣🤣 please 🙏 ASUU continue 🙏
Annoying country… Annoying people, annoying ASUU officials and its head…
Abeg make una resume oooo