ASUU Says Strike Will Be Called Off Soon

This news might come as a slight relief to students of government owned tertiary institutions across the nation who have been at home for over two months.

The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) took to its twitter account to give what should have come as a cheering update to students even as the strike embarked upon by lecturers is more than two months old.

But did details of the story cheer anybody at all? Checkout the trending story below;

The Academic Staff Union of University has said on Tuesday, January 15, that the strike will be called off as soon as the Federal Government responds to their demands.

The infornation was updated on the official ASUU Twitter account today, saying the National President, Professor Abiodun Ogunyemi has said that ASUU will call off the strike as soon as the Federal Government responds to their demands.

Professor Ogunyemi said, “the Federal Government has proposed what they want to do, so we will respond after consultation today”.

So what do you think?

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Chinenye Nwabueze

Nwabueze is a communication researcher with several years of lecturing experience in Nigerian universities.

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  1. we are waiting ooooo

  2. Government oooo I beg you all in the name of God to give asuu what they want. I am tired of staying at home

  3. We are tired of sitting at home doing nothing, the federal government should please have us (the students l at heart

  4. FG what is 50b that u can’t pay to ASUU, Federal government you are tying our future down,pls do something..

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