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The court will rule on FG’s lawsuit against ASUU on Wednesday.


The Public Modern Court has fixed Wednesday, September 21 to lead on the application for an interlocutory directive documented by the Federal Government against the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU).

Equity Peter Hamman fixed the date on Monday after the lead insight to the Federal Government, Mr James Igwe, contended his application looking for a request for the court limiting ASUU from further going on with the continuous cross country strike.

The public authority had moved toward the court to challenge the continuous modern activity by the college instructors.

Yet, the court, at the past sitting last Friday, concluded the suit until Monday (September 19) to hear the interlocutory order of the public authority.

Igwe had requested that the court give the suit a sped up hearing because of the direness of the make a difference to empower understudies to get back to school.

He expressed that since the matter was at that point in court, it would be legitimate for the strike to be called off, forthcoming the assurance of the suit.

However, direction to ASUU and Senior Supporter of Nigeria, Mr Femi Falana, said the association was at present gathering with partners to guarantee that the matter was settled and engaged the public authority to help out the association to determine the issue.


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