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ASUU Strike 2013: Governmental Subcommittee to Be Set, Next Meeting with Lecturers Shifted to Tuesday

ASUU Strike 2013: Governmental Subcommittee to Be Set, Next Meeting with Lecturers Shifted to Tuesday

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ASUU Strike 2013: Governmental Subcommittee to Be Set, Next Meeting with Lecturers Shifted to Tuesday-

This was revealed by the President of the Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU, Mr. Nasiru Fagge, in a telephone interview with the reporters.

Mr. Fagge explained that the last meeting was ‘an inaugural meeting’ and that the head of the government negotiating team and Secretary to the Government of the Federation, Mr. Pius Anyim, stated “what he wants to do.”

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He said the government delegation set up a sub-committee to source data from the National Planning Ministry on the contentious issues while the government’s meeting with the lecturers would continue on Tuesday.

The striking university lecturers demand that government fully implements the 2009 agreement with ASUU, while the government says it wants to renegotiate some parts of the agreement.

The strike is currently in its fifth week as hundreds of thousands of public university students are kept out of class.

The lecturers, through their various zonal executives, have said that they would not return to class until government agrees to implement the 2009 agreement fully.

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Comment(6)

  1. which class do they want to return to? do they come to class before? bcos i know one returns to where he or she has ben before. I always wonder when i hear them saying they won’t return to class rooms until…… as if they have been there b4.

  2. Returning is a part of calling off dis strike, all the student are tired of this situation, a situation where by a student we have to spend closly 5 to 6 year in school, learning what if I may ask?

  3. They are all fools. Which class they want to return to. Are they coming to class before to teach the student. When they are tired they will call of d strike. Idiot people. Dem de frustrate student.

  4. ASUU doesn’t care one bit about wat d students are passing through. Why would they care wen none of their kids is studying here in Nigeria. God will punish ASUU 4 the delay it keeps causing 2 Nigerian students. If they like, they should call of d strike or do otherwise but God will judge them all. SELFISH people

  5. Now FG are non chalant about the strike, ASUU there are other ways to do this other than strike,FG doesnt care if we are in school or not. We the student are the 1 suffering everytime you go on strike,not FG or ASUU…please ASUU seek better ways of resolving the issue.

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