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Tuesday, 19 September 2017

ASUU Announces ‘Conditional Suspension’ Of Strike


The Academic Staff Union of Universities has announced a “conditional suspension” of its strike. The ASUU President, Prof Biodun Ogunyemi, stated this at a briefing at the Nigeria Labour Congress secretariat.





Ogunyemi said the strike was suspended after the union gave the Federal Government a deadline of the end of October to fulfil its promises.


He said, “After an elaborate and extensive consultation process, the National Executive Council of ASUU has agreed to conditionally suspend the ongoing strike action.


So, all members of ASUU are to resume work after their branch congresses on Tuesday(tomorrow), September 19. However, ASUU will not hesitate to review its position, should the government renege on its MoA, which you all witnessed today.


However, ASUU will not hesitate to review its position, should the government renege on its MoA, which you all witnessed today.




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19 comments:

  1. Thank God. I pray the fg fulfil their promise before the deadline.

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    1. They should have made sure their demands are met first, because it seems like they are already threatening to go again. Tired of this sh*t!

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  2. Side Eyes at all of them ๐Ÿ‘

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  3. Eshe gan oooo..

    Make dem allow me go serve ooo..
    Baba don dey old oooo๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚

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  4. That lady i talked about last week is in labour. We are at the hospital now. Bvs remember us in your prayers.

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  5. Mmmmmm I smell a rat,some people have collected envelope
    When they need cash again they will start all over again mutcheeeww.I just pity lecturers cause they are at the receiving end.

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    1. Lecturers ke,it's the students that suffer the most!

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  6. We were informed yesterday. These people have fattened their pockets, the government won't do anything and they know this.

    I just pray Unilag would Pity us and give us free lecture MONTH because I am so not ready for exams

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    1. Unilag dash you a whole month? Forget it. Maybe 2 to 3 weeks- 1 week for conclusion of lectures and revision, 1 week break and the 3rd week exams start. This is what we had when we resumed from the 2009 strike. All the best dear.

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  7. Good news but I pity those who have not been reading as exam starts immediately.

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  8. It's too early na..

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  9. They should have just settled this ish once and for all.... Which 1 is conditional suspension again? Hian!!!

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