Stella Dimoko Korkus.com: Labour Minister Dr. Chris Ngige Says One Of His Children Is Affected By ASUU Strike

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Thursday, 31 August 2017

Labour Minister Dr. Chris Ngige Says One Of His Children Is Affected By ASUU Strike

Chris Ngige, minister of labour and employment, says one of his children is affected by the indefinite strike of the Academic Staff Union of Universities.



Speaking at the end of the federal executive council meeting on Wednesday, the minister said the government is doing its best to reach an agreement with the union and put an end to the strike.


“Students who are supposed to take their exams and promotional exams have been forced by circumstances beyond their control to stay at home,” Ngige said.


“I have one of my child at home as we speak. Government is leaving no stone unturned to make sure that we reach a conclusive agreement with ASUU so that they can go back to the class room.
“This is the first national strike that this government is facing and we want to discuss.


“At council meeting, the vice-president took over some of the aspects of the negotiations and discussions. So, we are continuing the meeting in his office and when we finish meeting, we will get back to ASUU for another round of meeting and we are hopeful that we will be able to go to an appreciable extent to solve some of the outstanding issues that is preventing them from going back to work.”


-From The Cable


*That's Good...This means there is hope that they will call-off the strike soon....


28 comments:

Monica_la_hot said...

Well,good to know

SWAG LAFRESH said...

Fayose come and see who should have original bragging right not you that sent your child to private university.

This is still not news though.

jelly said...

Good to know

St.FranKooL.... said...

The legitimate children are schooling abroad...
But the illegitimate children are schooling in Nigeria...
This is their modus operandi...

Amaka Hundeyin said...

As much as I want it to be called off so I can write my exams and move on with my life, the issues ASUU raised should be dealt with once and for all! You don't cure malaria by tackling only headache.

Beloved said...

Really tell us something

Beloved said...

Abi o

Jasmine said...

You believe ngige? Lol

Anonymous said...

Please Dats not true only of his children schooled outside and it's ghana

Yelutide said...

I swear this country have tired me, when are we going to come out of all this strike of a thing for God sake? Now Doctors are planning on going on strike. God help us.

LUCILE COCONUT OIL, CARROT OIL AND BLACK SOAP ABUJA 07059605320 Pin- 2BC6235E said...

Hmmmm

Fierce of SDK blog said...

One of his legitimate or illegitimate children?

Ukiwe said...

Wow to think I use to take you serious. His first son is in ABSU. Shame on you for speaking ill of someone you know nothing about. Tufiakwa

Anonymous said...

Intelligent lady.

Smith Anele said...

We heard you,sir..

Yemi7up said...

Ooose Laftesh.

Anonymous said...

Stella, is he going to tell you when he moves his child abroad?
How do you trust anything these politricktians say?
How many of his kids are abroad studying?
That one that is "affected by the strike", does he/she need the degree; for e.g
to get government contracts or be in the national assembly?

Amacastel said...

Story story

Simple gold$ said...

Oh I see...

7even red said...

Barracudianusaurusunamon - Hi, guys, it's me again.

firstly, well said, Anonymous23:45, these "Politricktcians" are not to be trusted, it is without doubt that if his son is affected by this ASUU strike then a solution would have been arrived at, as it not been long enough, this is just terrible governing, even in ordinary "Ghana", they seldom go on strike like its a father-son fishing trip. honestly, this is irritating, he took to the media to tell us a pathetic story of his son being caught in the red zone, when we all know that is plain old hypocrisy and high-end folly.

They should try something new, now we know all their tricks and whatnot. Appalling team of pot-bellied over-groomed oh-so important politicians and their propaganda.

If your son is affected, the do something about it, you have no idea how this affects the students.


Yours Blogospherially,
Q.E.D.

SWAG LAFRESH said...

Jasmine I do because I know someone that knows his son

Anonymous said...

Uncle you can lie! He has 3 kids and only is studying in Ghana the rest are here in Naija.

Stella Igbokei said...

If i hear! The student can't be his biological child.

MissAmusa said...

The School, Name and Matric no of that child please.
Lying man.

Innocent Umeh said...

Two of his children could not graduate from college of medicine Unn. One of them is them is my younger brother's classmate.

Miss Candy said...

One of his child or one of his domestic staff's child...

Anonymous said...

Mtcheww. Thew will never say important something.

Anonymous said...

LMAO
I never knew.
I'm also a student there.
Tell me something

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