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Monday, December 05, 2016

President Buhari Begs ASUU

The Federal Government has appealed to the leadership of Academic Staff Union of University, ASUU, to appreciate the current economic challenges that have financially constrained the Federal Government to meet its demands.

President Muhammadu Buhari made the appeal in a message delivered in Owerri, on his behalf, by the Minister of State for Education, Professor Anthony Anwuka, during the convocation ceremony of the Federal University of Technology, Owerri, FUTO. “As partners in progress, I plead for understanding and cooperation as the government is committed to addressing the various issues being canvassed by the Union, as we strive to right the wrongs of the past”, Buhari said.

 He acknowledged the anxiety and uncertainties that agitate the minds of the graduands, on what the future holds for them after graduation. 

“The fear is further amplified with the rising unemployment coupled with the recent economic recession that has befallen our beloved country. Periods like this are opportunities for geniuses to emerge”, Buhari said. The President assured Nigerians that his administration will not renege in its promise to provide opportunities and avenues so that youths could develop their skills and creative ingenuity. In his own address, the Vice Chancellor, VC, Professor Francis Chukwuemeka Eze, declared that he would “re-engineer and transform FUTO, to a truly world class university through recruiting, nurturing and developing uniquely promising students and exceptional staff in science, engineering, technology and innovation to the benefit of mankind”. 

The VC disclosed that FUTO currently has 48 academic programmes in eight schools, adding that a good number of these programmes had received full accreditation, while few had interim accreditation. “The programmes with denied and interim accreditations, have been presented to the National Universities Commission, NUC, for accreditation, as observed deficiencies have been rectified. In addition, we are in top preparation for the upcoming institutional accreditation and resource verifications for five newly established programmes”, Eze said.
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  1. ASUU...make una no vex...just give this mahn a lil more time...we need to fuck out of this recession...

  2. Lol 😁

    Beggy beggy
    E nko good oo
    Buy your own oo
    E go better
    E go better for me
    E go better for you


    Na my niece dey sing am,if you wan collect biscuits 🍪 for her hand....the biscuits wen be say Na you buy am for her

    On a more serious note,ASUU Na only Una and Doctors like strike pass,😎


  3. FG, always begging ASUU. Excuses everytime, abeg do the needful.

  4. Chai
    See as presido dey beg ASUU
    Make una no vex

  5. Vhuari if u do the right thing u won't have to beg and use the economic situation as an excuse to not perform your duties. I only pity the student.

  6. Can they pull a "JFK" on Buhari and DT already. Let the world have peace

  7. Asuu and federal government matter no be today.

  8. I don't understand why govt cannot take a stand and make a move on reducing its cost to to lowest, especially in the face of economic recession.
    Why haven't the salaries and allowances of senators and rep members been significantly reduced?

    Yet, we claim to be in a recession. Guess its only people not in govt that are fit to suffer the economic recession and the former continue to live in largess.
    Nigeria, my country!!!!


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