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ASUU NEC Couldn’t Suspend Action – Strike Continues


The modern activity by individuals from the Academic Sftaff Union of Universities, ASUU, will go on as individuals from the Public Chief Committee, NEC, of the union didn’t consider the choice of suspending the activity at its gathering which finished in the early long periods of Monday in Abuja.

Checks by Vanguard showed that the public initiative of the union just informed the gathering on their collaborations and entries made to the Prof. Nimi Briggs Council set up the Central Government to reconsider the 2009 Concurrence with the union.

A source said the initiative likewise educated the gathering regarding the mediation of the Nigeria Work Congress, NLC, with regards to this issue and the ensuing cross country fortitude conventions held by the Congress and its members last week.

“Since there is no indication of any serious responsibility with respect to the public authority, there was no requirement for the NEC to consider suspending the strike. Might anyone at any point say this is the thing the goverement is offering? They were the ones who set up the Briggs Council and it made suggestions and the public authority casted off the report.

“The public authority isn’t genuine. Allow us to expect that we are asking excessively, which isn’t even the circumstance, is it isn’t so much that the public authority will emerge with its offers and we will consider regardless of whether to acknowledge. We have been saying it that they need to eliminate the college framework similarly as open essential and optional schools.

“What number of Nigerians are presently glad to send their kids to public essential and optional schools that we as a whole gone to back then? The public authority of the union will before long emerge with our choices,” the source said.

Review that the union has been protesting since February 14 this year and non-showing staff unions later left on their own strike.

Last Tuesday and Wednesday, fortitude assemblies were held across the states and in Abuja to press the goverement to consent to the solicitations of the union and for quick resuming of the universities.

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