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ANOTHER STRIKE? We’ll Send Students Home – ASUU Issues 2 Weeks Ultimatum to FG Over 2009 Agreement

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ANOTHER STRIKE? We’ll Send Students Home – ASUU Issues 2 Weeks Ultimatum to FG Over 2009 Agreement
ANOTHER STRIKE? We’ll Send Students Home – ASUU Issues 2 Weeks Ultimatum to FG Over 2009 Agreement

ASUU Issues 2 Weeks Ultimatum To FG Over 2009 Agreement

    The Academic Staff Union of Universities, (ASUU) University of Uyo branch, has again threatened to embark on an industrial action if the Federal Government fails to honour its 2009 renegotiated agreement.

    The union, through its Akwa Ibom chairman, Prof Opeyemi Olajide on Wednesday, June 26 issued a two-week ultimatum within which government is expected to act.

    He recalled that in 2022, public universities embarked on eight months strike over the outstanding issues and had to call it off in obedience to the rule of law.

    But noted that that two years after, the Federal Government is not willing to honour the agreement and attend to their demands.

    Olajide warned that if after two weeks nothing was done, the union will embark on an indefinite industrial action and send students home.

    He said;

    “In the year 2022, ASUU was on strike for eight months, public universities in Nigeria were shut down, students were sent home because federal government of Nigeria refused to address ASUU demands as contained in renegotiated 2009 agreement which Academic Staff Unions of Nigerian Universities had with them.

    “ASUU suspended the strike because our union is very civil, law-abiding and has respect for rule of law. This is two years after, the Federal Government has refused to sign that agreement with our union.

    “We are telling government and the public that if in the next two weeks nothing is done, ASUU is going to embark on yet another strike and students will be sent home.”

    In as much as i want to graduate from the univerrity, as a studnt, i still support asuu to emback on this strike. reason been that, nigeria or our leaders have failed to understand the important role of a teacher or lecturer, nigerian leaders don’t have value for her teacher. all the leaders we have in this country both from the higher level down to those at the lower level, i believe non is an illitrate and all went under the tutolage of a teacher no country will accept an illitrate for a president. the president was taught by a teacher that is why he is able to be where he is today and all those who are occupying big offices in the government were all taught by a teaches as well. but today, since 2009 the some government and it teacher are still draging on the same issue.lack of payment. government should learn to understand that teacher play important role in the society and the country at large. the moment government understand that the better for them. thank you and bless nigeria.

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