ASUU To Resume Indefinite Strike After The Covid19 Pandemic

ASUU To Resume Indefinite Strike After The Covid19 Pandemic

This is to inform the Nigerian Students that Academic Staff Union Of Universities (ASUU) will embark on an indefinite strike after the lockdown due to the coronavirus.
ASUU chairman said that after the lockdown, if the federal government doesn't meet up with their need for providing more facilities to the university.

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The ASUU strike is on but haven't been so serious due to the lockdown.
They also said that this indefinite strike will last for six months and above depending on the immediate response of the federal government.
FG reacted to ASUU that the fund they requested is too much.
They said that Nigeria as it is now, had done so much expenses by getting loan from world Bank , so that they can give to ASUU.

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Meanwhile ASUU strike is going to hold in no distance time.
The minister of Education said that the Re-Opening of schools will be by September so that students can start fresh semester.
He also said that there will be no kind of examination. Meaning that all the students should be promote to another level without examination because of the problems that the world is encountering.

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FG begs ASUU not to embark on an indefinite strike because of the long lockdown. They also said that students are now tired of staying at home that they should forget about the strike this year. But next year FG will meet up with their demand

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