ASUU says the union has not but agreed to name off the strike
ASUU says the union has not but agreed to name off the strike. The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) has denied media experiences that the union agreed to name off its 8-month outdated strike motion.
There was a little bit of aid when information emerged that the strike motion has been known as off, after the most recent assembly between ASUU high echelons and the Federal Government negotiation group, led by the Minister of Labour and Employment, Senator Chris Ngige, on Friday.
According to a report from Vanguard, the ASUU President, Prof. Biodun Ogunyemi, stated he’s not conscious of any settlement to name off the strike. However, he famous that it was agreed on the assembly that the union would convey the federal government’s message to their varied organs after which report again to the federal government.
Ogunyemi stated, “I’m not conscious of that. All I do know is that we had a gathering and we’re going to report back to our members. But, I don’t learn about suspension of the strike.”
It was additionally reported that ASUU reached an settlement with the Federal Government after the latter elevated its provide for Earned Allowances and funding for the revitalization of public universities from N65 billion to N70 billion.
However, ASUU in a tweet insisted that the funding must be applied earlier than the union suspends its strike motion.