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Monday, March 14, 2022

ASUU Extends Warning Strike...

This is really sad if you attend a Nigerian University....

The Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU, has extended its warning strike for another 8 weeks.

The union took the decision during its National Executive Council, NEC, meeting held in Abuja, on Sunday night, March 13, 2022.

According to a member of the union, who spoke to Daily post on condition of anonymity, the two months is to give the Federal Government space to meet their demands.

ASUU, on February 14, 2022 embarked on a one month warning strike over Nigerian government’s inability to meet the demands the two parties entered into in previous times.


  1. Lord let them come to a dialogue na. Let them conclude. It's lingering small small now o. Setting students backwards. God help us o

  2. This country is nothing but an apology. Just look at children that just gained admission to begin another chapter of their educational life already getting frustrated. A natiin that has failed it's citizenry in almost every aspect of life. God help us. Amen!!!

  3. I don talk taya, government no wan listen to me.

  4. Na wa oooooooo πŸ™†πŸ™†πŸ™†πŸ™†πŸ™†

  5. What I don’t understand is UI mandating their students to pay school fee while strike is on.
    It’s not like they are receiving lectures or something.
    These people don’t really care about their students but their own selfish interest.

  6. The government has no money to fund education,but if is to spend for election,there'll be money.

  7. Na make ASUP no join them


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