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|Re: ASUU Strike: Update Us From Your Campus by NLbully(m): 6:52am On Aug 12|
Gawd!!! Gat exams next week #SayNoToStrike
|Re: ASUU Strike: Update Us From Your Campus by arripotta(m): 7:03am On Aug 12|
Olusholatayo:According to what i heard, the vote in FUTA favors two weeks warning. pesin go use that one chillex small
|Re: ASUU Strike: Update Us From Your Campus by HashtagMoniker(m): 8:10am On Aug 12|
UNN is on holiday.
|Re: ASUU Strike: Update Us From Your Campus by Olusholatayo(m): 8:17am On Aug 12|
|Re: ASUU Strike: Update Us From Your Campus by Olusholatayo(m): 8:20am On Aug 12|
If your reports are true... FUTA signing for a 2weeks strike wouldn't be a yardstick to decide against numerous Institutions going for the TOTAL AND INDEFINITE STRIKE...
|Re: ASUU Strike: Update Us From Your Campus by asuustrike2009: 8:40am On Aug 12|
writerights:UI,OAU,Uniben are birds of the same feather. Anything strike you see them at the war front
|Re: ASUU Strike: Update Us From Your Campus by asuustrike2009: 8:42am On Aug 12|
Just relax as there's no strike at all
|Re: ASUU Strike: Update Us From Your Campus by Statsocial: 8:43am On Aug 12|
What are they really asking for now? Increased pay?
|Re: ASUU Strike: Update Us From Your Campus by azeecoboy(m): 9:10am On Aug 12|
Here in futminna..
100level e-test had to shift from 14th to 21st
|Re: ASUU Strike: Update Us From Your Campus by Jman06(m): 9:55am On Aug 12|
;DWhen men are already enjoying our holidays, these boys are still in session and worrying about ASUU strike.
Come 2 uniben, dem no go hia.
|Re: ASUU Strike: Update Us From Your Campus by az2012(m): 10:41am On Aug 12|
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|Re: ASUU Strike: Update Us From Your Campus by Ayaba03(f): 12:57pm On Aug 12|
News reaching me now is that majority voted for indefinite strike in Futminna.
|Re: ASUU Strike: Update Us From Your Campus by orimsamsam(m): 1:13pm On Aug 12|
arripotta:the vote for futa na indefinite oooo
|Re: ASUU Strike: Update Us From Your Campus by Nobody: 1:14pm On Aug 12|
Uniuyo is on holiday
|Re: ASUU Strike: Update Us From Your Campus by adebisiolumide5(m): 1:23pm On Aug 12|
majority voted for indefinite in Futa oh ��
|Re: ASUU Strike: Update Us From Your Campus by Nobody: 3:48pm On Aug 12|
These lecturers sef.
|Re: ASUU Strike: Update Us From Your Campus by writerights: 6:05pm On Aug 12|
Which kind wahala be this self..
|Re: ASUU Strike: Update Us From Your Campus by sirvvy: 6:43pm On Aug 12|
I heard 2 weeks warning strike here in FUTO.
|Re: ASUU Strike: Update Us From Your Campus by swaggss: 7:21pm On Aug 12|
writerights:oboi na lie, civil engr dept 300l even wrote test today(saturday) which shows academic activities is still on..
|Re: ASUU Strike: Update Us From Your Campus by Easynexx(m): 8:21pm On Aug 12|
arsenic33:When people smell the armpit of a gorilla this is the outcome of the highness
|Re: ASUU Strike: Update Us From Your Campus by kennyjam: 9:19pm On Aug 12|
The thing Tire me self..... Most of their pikin dey Abroad dey study why them dey use strike slow their Destiny not Mine..... Lord into your Hands we commit ourselves
|Re: ASUU Strike: Update Us From Your Campus by Enter0g(m): 10:23pm On Aug 12|
Every igbo person should see this
|Re: ASUU Strike: Update Us From Your Campus by Emperor119(m): 11:17pm On Aug 12|
God!!! abeg ooo see FUTO dat is just resuming from strike...we just started second semester and ASUU don carry come.
|Re: ASUU Strike: Update Us From Your Campus by mrhipup(m): 7:29am On Aug 13|
|Re: ASUU Strike: Update Us From Your Campus by dcolumbus001: 7:42am On Aug 13|
one week or two weeks strike for no bad oo
|Re: ASUU Strike: Update Us From Your Campus by Ellanto: 9:14am On Aug 13|
here in unijos , it has been a hell of a week, we've been writing exams all throughout the week. that not the worst boss, the evil part is wen one gets to write for courses in a single, right from 7am to 9pm of academic hours. ..,,........I just wonder Wat our marking scheme will be like, since students couldn't prepare adequately for each paper. we pray glory! !!
|Re: ASUU Strike: Update Us From Your Campus by zerojinx(m): 10:17am On Aug 13|
UDUSOK is awaiting outcome of the meeting on Monday
|Re: ASUU Strike: Update Us From Your Campus by Ejidayo04: 1:12pm On Aug 13|
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|Re: ASUU Strike: Update Us From Your Campus by writerights: 1:21pm On Aug 13|
ASUU indefinite strike looms as UNILAG, UI, LASU, others endorse action
— 12th August 2017
.NEC meeting underway in Abuja
By Gabriel Dike
Several branches of the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) have voted overwhelmingly for members in both federal and state universities to embark on an indefinite strike to press home the implementation of their demands.
ASUU branches nationwide on Friday held a referendum in line with an earlier directive by the National Executive Council (NEC) to vote whether the strike will be indefinite strike, one month strike, one week warning and no strike.
The meeting of ASUU NEC is currently ongoing at the union’s secretariat at Abuja to deliberate on the outcome of the referendum conducted by the branches.
Feelers from the NEC meeting indicate that several of the branches including the University of Lagos (UNILAG), University of Ibadan (UI) and Lagos State University (LASU) voted for an indefinite industrial action.
One of ASUU Zonal Coordinators told our Correspondent that his zone voted overwhelmingly for strike and that the outcome of the referendum conducted on Friday will be collated to enable the union take a position.
Among issues in contention includes, federal government breach of the 2009 FG/ASUU Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) signed agreement on financing grant to state universities, conditions of service, non implementation of Earned Academic Allowance (EAA) and re -negotiation of the agreement.
Other outstanding issues are non provision of revitalization funds to public universities, non release of NUPEMCO operational licence, payment of half salaries to members and government owing universities outstanding N880 billion in intervention fund.
The ASUU NEC meeting will end early Sunday morning and the National President, Prof Biodun Ogunyemi is expected to address the press on the outcome of the crucial meeting.
|Re: ASUU Strike: Update Us From Your Campus by writerights: 1:31pm On Aug 13|
NANS pleads with ASUU, fed govt over impending nationwide strike
By ‘Yemi Oluwadare -
August 13, 2017
As it becomes clearer by the day that another nationwide strike by university lecturers seems inevitable, students under the umbrella body of National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS) are making frantic efforts to appeal to both the Federal Government and the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) to review their stands and avoid the standoff, which will definitely bode ill for the sector.
Chairmen of state chapters of ASUU are currently in Abuja, with the national leadership, collating and reviewing the results of the referendum they conducted in their separate chapters.
The chairmen are expected to decide today (Sunday, August 13) whether or not to proceed on a nationwide strike, and for how long.
The National Executive Council (NEC) of the union met at the Nasarawa State University, Keffi, on the 22nd and 23rd July, 2017, and deliberated extensively on issues arising from the 2009 ASUU/FGN agreement, the 2013 MoU and other related issues and decided to conduct a referendum at the branch congresses on the next line of action.
According to a letter signed by the National President of ASUU, Professor Biodun Ogunyemi, the issues at stake include payment of fractions/non-payment of salaries; non-payment of earned academic allowances, non-release of operational licence of NUPENCO, retired professors and their salaries, university staff schools, and funds for the revitalisation of public universities.
However the National President of NANS, Mr Haruna Kadiri, says these issues are long-standing and that strikes called in the past had never really brought desired results.
In a telephone interview on Saturday, Mr Kadiri said, “We are trying to meet with stakeholders to meet with ASUU to put the issues on the table, to see which ones we can plead with ASUU and the ones we can engage the federal government on.
“As much as we are not in support of strike, we are not telling ASUU outright that it is wrong (you don’t flog a man and tell him not to cry), we are also pleading with the federal government to be responsible enough to meet the demands that they have reached over time (since 2009).
“Agreed, it is not this present government that reached that agreement, but government is a continuum; so it is expected that government should have sat down with ASUU to review the agreement and agree on certain things…not for us to start hearing that ASUU wants to go on strike again. It’s unfortunate.
“We’re planning to engage them on Monday. Let us sit down collectively and find a way out.
“Honestly, I am not blaming ASUU; neither am I saying ‘kudos, go on strike’, but I think we should meet, review the issues and further talk about the issues. That is the only solution to it.”
Kadiri however ASUU needs to explore other more effective means of achieving its goals, other than strikes, which he believes has never been helpful.
“I once engaged ASUU and I said before I was born, ASUU had been going on strike, and if you ask me: has strike ever brought about the desired result?
“Our institutions are research centres. Why is it that ASUU hasn’t gone on research to find a permanent solution to all of these their agitations? Because it looks like strike has never brought the desired results.
“If ASUU cannot go on research to get a desired result on how to curb all of these issues, then we are in trouble in this country,” he added.
All efforts to get comments from the Director of Press at the Federal Ministry of Education, Abuja, Mrs Chinenye Ihuoma, failed as persistent calls sent to her phone were not answered; neither did she reply a text message sent to her.
|Re: ASUU Strike: Update Us From Your Campus by Sammypedro18(m): 2:23pm On Aug 13|
They should just gimme 2mnths lemme graduate
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