The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) keeps up with that it won’t withdraw on the current modern activity, blaming the Federal Government for not keeping to its guarantees.
Leader of the association, Emmanuel Osodeke said this on Monday, over about fourteen days after ASUU announced a one-month cautioning strike over the Federal Government’s failure to respect its concurrence with the body.
“For the beyond nine years or somewhere in the vicinity, they have been giving us guarantees however when the strike is finished, they backslide,” he said in front of Tuesday’s gathering with the Minister of Labor and Employment, Chris Ngige.
“In this way, our associates are worn out on these guarantees which they don’t satisfy. What we need is activities,” the ASUU pioneer told Channels Television’s morning meal show, Sunrise Daily.
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