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ASUU Ready To Embark On Another Strike 2021

ASUU Ready To Embark On Another Strike 2021. ASUU issues a 3-week ultimatum to FG. Details are as follows:

ASUU Ready To Embark On Another Strike 2021

ASUU Ready To Embark On Another Strike 2021

The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) has issued a three-week ultimatum to the Federal Government to address all lingering issues in the December 2020 Agreement.

According to the ASUU President, all the issues, including those of unpaid academic earned allowances and the universities revitalisation fund have not been addressed almost one year after an agreement was reached.

ASUU President warned that the union might be compelled to embark on another nationwide strike should the government fail to implement the Memorandum of Action signed with ASUU prior to the suspension of the last industrial action.

The ultimatum is part of the resolutions reached at the National Executive Council (NEC) meeting of ASUU held in the nation’s capital.

EARLIER; ASUU has asked the National Assembly to enact a law that will make it mandatory for the public office holders to send their children to public schools in the country.

ASUU has also commended the Minister of Labour and Employment, Senator Chris Ngige for demonstrating an uncommon faith in the university system by sending his children to public schools in Nigeria.

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1 thought on “ASUU Ready To Embark On Another Strike 2021”

  1. This is becoming too much in this country is it better we stop schooling and focus on something else than spending several of years in school and become old ? I think I prefer private university to federal university as stands now.

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