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ASUU condemns attempt to use military to conduct exams in ESUT

Don’t use us as bait, ASUU warns

By Adesina Wahab The Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU, has said the National Association of Academic Technologists, NAAT, or any other union should not use it as bait to get anything from the government. ASUU, therefore, advised NAAT or any other staff union to fight their battles their ways. The Chairman, University of Lagos,
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Students, landlords tango over rent during school closure

Finally, the solution to ASUU strike has come

Alhaji Salihu Lukman, Director-General, Progressives Governors Forum (PGF), says a holistic approach is required to address recurring Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) strikes in the country. Lukman said this in a statement in Abuja. The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that ASUU had been on strike since March 23, paralysing academic activities in
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AAUA accident has again exposed govt failure — NANS

Other unions threaten hell as ASUU ends strike

…We won’t resume till FG corrects imbalance in Earned Allowances, non- teaching varsity staff threaten …It appears Govt doesn’t want peace—SSANU …Govt shied away from its responsibility—NAPTAN …NANS clamours for students’ involvement in future negotiations By Johnbosco Agbakwuru, Adesina Wahab  &  Joseph Erunke As the Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU, suspended its nine-month old
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Students, landlords tango over rent during school closure

Why ASUU called off strike

..Nothing gained from the strike, say NANS, NAPTAN By Adesina Wahab The Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU, called off its nine-month-old strike on Wednesday when it dawned on the leadership that the poor economic situation in the country would not allow the government to meet up with some of its demands. Checks by Vanguard
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You've lost all legal, moral justification for strike, Ngige tells NARD

Strike: Govt has met 98% of ASUU demand ― Ngige

…Says schools may reopen January 2021 By Vincent Ujumadu Minister of Labour and Employment, Senator Chris Ngige said Monday that the federal government has met 98% of the demands of the striking Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU, assuring Nigerians that the nation’s universities are likely to reopen by January next year. Addressing reporters at
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