If universities in Nigeria are closed, it is the fault of the Federal Government. — ASUU says as the one-month warning strike prolonged to eight weeks.

If Universities in Nigeria are closed, it is the fault of the Federal Government. — ASUU says that the one-month warning strike will be prolonged to eight weeks.
If Universities in Nigeria are closed, it is the fault of the Federal Government. — ASUU says that the one-month warning strike will be prolonged to eight weeks.

The Federal Government of Nigeria has failed to reach a deal with the Academic Staff Union of Universities, or ASUU, prompting the union to prolong its two-month warning strike.

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As we previously reported, the Academic Staff Union of Universities went on a monthly warning strike to push the government to pay them their outdated salary.

The union’s National Executive Council, NEC, met in Abuja Wednesday night and decided to prolong the strike for another two months.

The union issued a public statement on the meeting’s result through their Twitter account.

We acknowledged this as well, stating that members resolved the aforementioned information in a meeting conducted in an unknown location.

The meeting’s conclusion was being crafted, according to the source, and will be revealed in a statement to the media shortly.

 

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