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Thursday, February 07, 2019

ASUU Calls Off 3 Months Strike And Orders Lecturers To Resume Friday

The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU), on Thursday agreed to suspend their strike, which has lasted for three months.





This comes after ASUU signed all agreements with the Federal Government, following a conciliatory meeting in Abuja.

Minister of Labour and Employment, Chris Ngige, represented the Federal Government, while the lecturers were represented by the union’s president, Biodun Ogunyemi.

According to Ngige, both parties unanimously resolved the eight contentious issues that had prolonged the strike.

ASUU’s official Twitter handle confirmed that lecturers are to resume on Friday (tommorow).

“The NEC has decided that the STRIKE HAS BEEN SUSPENDED.
Academic activities resume tomorrow,” the union quoted its president as saying in a tweet.
from dailypost

33 comments:

  1. It is all a "poli-trical" gimmick because of elections.
    Nothing great.
    A lot of people have given up and left the country. A lot of girls are pregnant, some married.

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    1. And some are dead too: Avoidable deaths.

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    2. I know a girl that abandoned her project defence and travelled to China and she ain't coming back again.

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    3. My younger sister's friend traveled to go and visit her guy in Canada and the guy advised her to stay back and start schooling there. She said she's not coming back to naija.

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  2. Great news ke. Not for students I'm sure. They just called it off all of a sudden. I don't even know where to start reading from. Baby JESUS help me😭

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    1. Baby Jesus ke, It’s like you stopped reading your Bible at the early chapters of Genesis.

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    2. Fulani she's calling Jesus Baby naa?😂😂😂Alone am,dey are in a relationship

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  3. Finally, thank God. At last the area will be noise free. these boys that play aloud music can go back to school.

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    1. Alleluia. At last, my supposed B.I.L can go to school and leave my house, never to show his foolish self again. As for hubby, he will regret ever crossing my path. Gold digging family. Mtcheeew.

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    2. anon 8:11
      pls take it easy o and apply caution. them nor dey use pepper body scratch body wey dey scratch person if not e go peel.

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  5. Asuu why? Una for extend the strike naa...una just wan spoil things for me..

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  6. Kpaputaya ka osié7 February 2019 at 23:42

    Asuu why? Una for extend the strike naa...una just wan spoil things for me..

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  7. Enter your comment... look at them,Stupid government, They have called off the strike when it's a week to the Election.

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  8. Personally,I think less than 20% of the students will return back to sch before election. Most students might want to wait till at least after the presidential election.

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    1. True. Especially those in the North.

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    2. My in law sef no wan go back school, imagine

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  9. Please if you have a ward or anybody going to school in the northern region, it’s better they wait till after election because of the possible violence. Please o life is more important, take it from someone who saw violence first hand during election in year 2011.

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  10. APC are afraid of loosing these election which they would still lose self.

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  11. They should give students free transport fare

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  12. Good one but for how long will students keep suffering like this? Hnmmm

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  13. Stupid government.... What stop them from answering them all this while, who will even go to school this month, nonsense and ingredients

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  14. Thank God for this.

    But my siblings are not going back till after the election.

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  15. Good one
    Let me see if I can finally be done with my proposal

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  16. They would have just waited for the election to finish especially the Presidential one coming up. But parents shouldn’t allow their kids go back this time oh. It’s safer these kids are in their homes because Naija politics get as e be. All these shuttling on the road during this period I don’t really fancy it too.

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  17. They should also call off ASUP strike abeg wicked politicians

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  18. All for elections! It is well.

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