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February 3, 2023

ASUU’s Crooked Deal with FG – Chris Ngige

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Kuni .G. Isaac

The National Executive Council of the striking Academic Staff Union of Universities is organized for the first week of August, 2022, To decide if the strike would be suspended or continue

The strike so far has lasted 155 days, delaying courses and sending students home

on Monday, February 14, 2022, ASUU boarded the industrial action over what the union described as the failure of the government to address some of its demands.

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The chairman of ASUU, Federal University of Technology, Minna chapter, Dr. Gbolahan Bolarin, confirmed the planned meeting to our correspondent on Monday.

ASUU reportedly alerted the government against the increase of tertiary institutions and the failure to approve the deployment of the Universities Transparency Accountability System.

The union had also insisted on the release of the White Paper of the visitation panels to universities and the release of revitalisation funds for the development of universities, among others.

The union however fell under accusations from the Minister of Labour and Employment, Chris Ngige, of engaging in a crooked agreement with the Federal Government through the Prof Nimi Briggs committee.

ASUU reportedly alerted the government against the increase of tertiary institutions and the failure to approve the deployment of the Universities Transparency Accountability System.

The union had also insisted on the release of the White Paper of the visitation panels to universities and the release of revitalisation funds for the development of universities, among others.

The union however fell under accusations from the Minister of Labour and Employment, Chris Ngige, of engaging in a crooked agreement with the Federal Government through the Prof Nimi Briggs committee.

Ahead of the meeting Bolarin guesstimated that the strike will likely continue because there is nothing from the Federal Government yet.

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