Another ASUU strike looms as FG keeps mum over the union’s agitation

The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) have asked Nigerians to hold the Federal Government responsible for their next action, This followed the failure of the government to honour an agreement it signed with them and the expiration of the August 31st deadline given by ASUU for the agreement to be met.

According to ASUU, the union will hold an emergency National Executive Council (NEC) this week with its leaders and principal officials to decide its members’ next line of action.

The union said it will follow-up its NEC meeting with consultations with all its chapters should the government fail to implement its promises to its aggrieved lecturers.

So far the Federal Government has not spoken on the latest agitations by the varsity teachers. 

ASUU President Emmanuel Osodeke said the NEC would convene to weigh available options and take a position.

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