FG and ASUU To Hold Another Meeting On Dec. 10

FG and ASUU to hold another meeting on dec. 10

FG and ASUU to hold another meeting on dec. 10. The Minister of Labor and Employment, Dr. Chris Ngige, on Wednesday; said he would venture in to the present go head to head between the Academic Staff Union of Universities and the Ministry of Education.

As indicated by the minister, the intercession is to discover a conclusion to the progressing strike activity left upon by the association.

This is contained in an announcement marked by the Director of Press at the service, Samuel Olowookere.

Femi Falana’s reaction

The announcement likewise contained a reaction to an announcement credited to Femi Falana (SAN); where he depicted the no-work-no-pay arrangement of the legislature as unlawful.

Naija News anyway prior announced that ASUU executive; Prof Biodun Ogunyemi has uncovered that the government has pulled back the ‘no work, no compensation’ risk to striking ASUU individuals.

The announcement stated, “The minister had prior in the activity of his forces sent back the pacification to the Federal Ministry of Education; as he saw amid the main meeting that the two gatherings have not depleted the inward appeasement system. Realizing that ASUU and her individuals are on basic administrations as contained in the Trade Dispute Act; once again into his service to keep away from pointless intrusiveness by outer intruders; and also to guarantee expedient goals of all issues to empower ASUU to cancel the strike.

“Consequently; the minister in the activity of his forces in area 5 of the Trade Dispute Act has re-caught the question and welcomed all gatherings to a meeting. By this, every single further dialog between the Ministry of Education and ASUU will currently recommence at the Federal Ministry of Labor and Employment.

“A meeting has been assembled for Monday; December 10, 2018, at the Conference Room of the Minister of Labor and Employment. The service will likewise additionally explore the media report; attributed to Mr Falana to discover whether he really cited those Supreme Court decisions. Knowing very well indeed that they are extraneous and that they neither grapple nor harp; on arrangements of area 43 of Trade Dispute Act T8 ( LFN 2004) preceding it will make further essential move.”

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