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.
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
— Official_ASUU (@ASUUNGR) December 23, 2020
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