Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) Reaches Agreement with Nigerian Government

Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) Reaches Agreement with Nigerian Government

Do not mind the grammar, but it seems like the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) has reached an agreement with the Nigerian government to suspend the 10-month strike which has crippled the university system.

Academic Staff Union of Universities – and Nigeria [Federal Government] has finally agree on major issues that will lead to termination of its 10 month old strike. The agreement was reached on the early hours on Wednesday morning after eight hour close door meeting of negotiations between both parties. ASUU expresses joy on how the Federal Government handled the negotiation process and that they will be having their own executive meeting to conclude and gets back to the Government within 24hrs”

We hope this one does it and re-opens the schools.

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2 thoughts on “Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) Reaches Agreement with Nigerian Government

  1. The only endangered species in all these squabbles are the students, nobody cares what they think and how good or bad the whole show affected them.

    After all said and done, the government got to pay for services never rendered, while ASUU lieutenants receive salaries for work never done.

    It is not about who’s right or wrong, but it’s ignoble to receive pay for services you didn’t render; it’s better to be cheated than to cheat anyone…

    We just wasted ten months, wasted money, shattered dreams, disillusioned some kids, made some families poorer; and achieved what positively? NOTHING!

    When you have both dishonest government and citizens, only one outcome is possible: disaster.

    No thanks to all the parties involved in this monumental show of shame.

    We will be back here, because we will never have enough money to fund and pay for all the spaces we created and called schools, including those who run them.

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