ASUU Strike Update – When ASUU Will Call Off Strike?
The National Executive Council of the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) has made an announcement on the ASUU Strike Update. When ASUU will call off strike?
After a long period of time, the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) has been on strike, and the union has again issued a statement that it will continue the strike if the government doesn’t take appropriate action. As everyone knows, over ten years ago, the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) owes the Nigerian government billions of money, which up to now has been unable to pay. The union is still struggling to get its outstanding debt, but so far there is no more sign.
The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) went on strike in February for four months to warn the Nigerian government, but the government has not taken any action so far.
In addition, the union also stated that if the Nigerian government does not look into their situation, they will continue the strike till further notice. In the statement made by the union on Twitter about the ASSU Strike Update, Emmanuel Osodoke said ‘After all the promises made by the government, it will be one month, also these young Nigerians (the students) are languishing at home doing nothing. While explaining the suspension of their salaries, the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) said that they have the right to file a case in court.
Moreover, the union stated that this strike is not their fault; this is the fault of the Government that failed to listen to them, so blame Federal Government, not ASUU (Strike Update).
In a demonstration held by the LP group on Monday in Lagos (About the ASSU Strike), the union said the government should take an action. Seeing as how the strike is taking too long, only a few days left to complete 200 days of the strike. On the part of the students, they are also complaining and asking for the Nigerian government to call off ASSU strike.
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