ASUU Extends Strike Action by 8 weeks
The Academic Staff Union of University ( ASUU ) has announced that it has extended the strike by eight weeks due to a lack of agreement with the government on their demands.
ASUU went on strike over what it described as a failure by President Muhammadu Buhari’s administration to implement a previous agreement on improving the quality of university education in the country.
Prof. Abdulkadir Muhammad Danbazau, an official with ASUU, said the decision to extend the deadline was to enable the government to reach a consensus, so that they do not have to go on strike again in the future.
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2 thoughts on “ASUU Extends Strike Action by 8 weeks”
Asuu is just doing this for their own selfish interest wasting people’s career Making young ones to loose interest in school indulging in country n state violence what a shameful academic union that is not seeing the condition of the country depending on the incapacitated president and his greedy ministers you all are the same both Asuu and Mr President including his ministers are all the same men of shameful caliber continue ur strike n watch the country reek of touts
U are missing something dear, don’t put the blame on asuu okay. The problem we are face is directly to our government and not asuu.