FG And ASUU Yet To Reach An Agreement

FG And ASUU Yet To Reach An Agreement

The strike set out upon by speakers in the nation’s colleges may not end soon as the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) Thursday said the government has neglected to make new offer on financing for the revitalisation of state funded colleges in the nation.

The President of the association, Prof. Biodun Oduwole, who made the divulgence in Strike Bulletin 9 sent to parts of the association and columnists in Ibadan, Oyo State, additionally said the legislature is yet to address the issue of renegotiation of the 2009 FGN/ASUU understanding in its new offer made to the association last Monday.

Ogunyemi, who uncovered that the administration had enhanced its before offers, kept up that there were as yet basic issues at present uncertain.

He called people in general to dismiss the deception being hawked through different media by specialists of the legislature and haters of the standard of the association, charging individuals to stay submitted in the battle to revive the instruction framework.

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As indicated by him, “At the gathering hung on January 21, 2017, between the association and the administration specialists (the Minister of Labor and Employment and Representatives of important government organizations), the legislature enhanced its before offer. In any case, the administration has neglected to address the basic issues of subsidizing for the revitalisation of state funded colleges in Nigeria and renegotiation of the 2009 FGN/ASUU understanding.

“To confound the general population about our battle, operators of the administration and a few haters of our principled and deliberate battle are selling a wide range of deception through different media. Individuals must dismissal any data unconfirmed or not verified by the association.”

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