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|ASUU Vows To Continue With Strike by sophsia62: 3:47am On Nov 26, 2018|
The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) has vowed not to return to class until its demands are met.
ASUU who embarked on the industrial action four weeks ago in a statement issued by its National President, Biodun Ogunyemi on Sunday said they will continue to press for their demands
Ogunyemi in the statement said the union’s “struggle is still alive. We met with the Honourable Minister of Education in line with our tradition to honour all invitations with openness to meaningful discussion of issues contained in our demand, so far, nothing concrete has come out of the meetings; rather it is still a projection of their ‘keep-them talking’ culture.
“Our members are enjoined to disregard any information from any source other than the official union source which is the branch chairperson.”
He warned university authorities against undermining the “strike by organising or attending meetings, examinations, lectures, convocations, conferences or other activities during the strike.”
According to him, any examination taken during this period will be challenged by ASUU after the strike, adding that, “Our commitment and integrity are the basis of our pride as Academics. We must avoid actions that undermine our struggle.”
The strike embarked upon by ASUU had since grounded academic and non-academic activities at the nation’s universities forcing hundreds of thousands of Nigerian university students to be out of school with many of them complaining about the situation.
Peace Udofia of the University of Benin said: “I’m a final year student counting days left for me in school but I can’t really say if I will use additional years with this. No project supervisor; on strike. All on strike.”
|Re: ASUU Vows To Continue With Strike by mimimiles93: 3:50am On Nov 26, 2018|
We here don't give a fvck about ASUU. All we care about is PMB winning next year's election
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|Re: ASUU Vows To Continue With Strike by congorasta: 3:55am On Nov 26, 2018|
|Re: ASUU Vows To Continue With Strike by whitebeard(m): 4:41am On Nov 26, 2018|
OAU is divided..some lecturers are on strike, some arnt..!! exam is on January..!
|Re: ASUU Vows To Continue With Strike by omoyankee3(m): 4:48am On Nov 26, 2018|
|Re: ASUU Vows To Continue With Strike by CreepyBlackpool: 4:51am On Nov 26, 2018|
same with UNN
some lecturers just dey teach classes like nothing dey happen
|Re: ASUU Vows To Continue With Strike by Akeos(m): 5:02am On Nov 26, 2018|
FG and ASUU, maka why.... Biko, Kilode.......
|Re: ASUU Vows To Continue With Strike by godwinkessi: 5:05am On Nov 26, 2018|
Government should settle this people na
|Re: ASUU Vows To Continue With Strike by myettiallah: 5:10am On Nov 26, 2018|
These are the reasons why you are called a zombie
Since you are an almajiri product...how can you value education?
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|Re: ASUU Vows To Continue With Strike by megamank(m): 5:13am On Nov 26, 2018|
Okay na....make them continue....nor be new thing...after all na during strike time OBJ and ATIKu get inspiration to build their own universities.... My be baba go slow go soon open em own retirement investment....
|Re: ASUU Vows To Continue With Strike by darfay: 5:17am On Nov 26, 2018|
Hold the dullard to Ransom
|Re: ASUU Vows To Continue With Strike by prigoz(m): 5:18am On Nov 26, 2018|
Our Government is insensitive to plight of ASUU, if not why are they sending their children/wards to school abroad and one brainless and mumu keep saying vote Buhari. Well let me inform you that if Buhari wins election next year, it is our next level of problems because nothing is working in this country anymore. #IstandwithASUU#
|Re: ASUU Vows To Continue With Strike by Olammy76(m): 5:22am On Nov 26, 2018|
|Re: ASUU Vows To Continue With Strike by bluefilm: 5:25am On Nov 26, 2018|
How I wish FG will just activate the "no work; no pay" policy for these idiot lecturers.
|Re: ASUU Vows To Continue With Strike by Nigerianiski: 5:29am On Nov 26, 2018|
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|Re: ASUU Vows To Continue With Strike by verycheese: 5:30am On Nov 26, 2018|
Attend to these people please
|Re: ASUU Vows To Continue With Strike by Jothamthompson: 5:34am On Nov 26, 2018|
C O P I E D
Timeline of how Buhari aided the Boko Haram till their killing of our Gallant Army.
*On July 23, 2017, Army ‘de-radicalizes’ 43 Boko Haram fighters
*On January 15, 2018, the Nigerian Army released 244 ‘repentant’ Boko Haram members to Borno state govt!
*On March 23, 2018, President Buhari offers amnesty to Boko Haram
*On March 28, 2018, CAN and JNI disagree with the President on amnesty to Boko Haram
*On June 19, 2018, President Buhari is reported to have ordered recruitment of ex Boko Haram fighter into army and police.
*On June 20, 2018, CAN rejects ex Boko Haram recruitment into army, police.
*On October 7, 2018, army released 760 suspected Boko Haram members to Borno state govt
*On October 20, 2018, Federal govt reintegrates 254 repentant Boko Haram fighters with 3 foreigners
*On November 23, 2018, Atiku Abubakar warns Buhari on the release of ‘repentant’ Boko Haram
*On November 24, 2018, Boko Haram attacks army battalion in Metele Borno state with 118 soldiers confirmed dead and more than 150 missing!
*On November 24, 2018, Chief of Army staff attributes Boko Haram attack at Metele to deception, as Boko Haram fighters appeared as friends!
*On November 24, 2018, some Nigerian soldiers release video clip on social media accusing their commanders of corruption and lack of adequate arms!
This is where we have found ourselves as a nation!
Before you argue please google the internet and see for yourself, if this is not what has happened!
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|Re: ASUU Vows To Continue With Strike by engrsyer(m): 5:47am On Nov 26, 2018|
ASUU should be disband... They are educational terrorist group
Causing mayhem in the lives of the students
|Re: ASUU Vows To Continue With Strike by Gosj01(m): 5:47am On Nov 26, 2018|
This people just they spoil person time, turning 4 years course to 5-6 years.
The federal govt should pity the students and settle them nah.
I sell good laptops.
|Re: ASUU Vows To Continue With Strike by whitebeard(m): 5:51am On Nov 26, 2018|
|Re: ASUU Vows To Continue With Strike by Paulchib: 5:53am On Nov 26, 2018|
myettiallah:the man goodluck was a phd holder yet ASUU went on strike.
|Re: ASUU Vows To Continue With Strike by Seunnzy(m): 5:55am On Nov 26, 2018|
i sha don write exam....they can choose to mark it anytime..that wont stop me from writing my final paper today..signing outta diz scam called education..
Physics and electronics class'18 AAUA
|Re: ASUU Vows To Continue With Strike by Lionnewman(m): 6:15am On Nov 26, 2018|
Well, we all know that your children are neither in any of this exotic private institution or out of this country enjoying their time studying.i think that's d sole reason why this numscurl old folks are just trying to transact our own education to fill ur account
|Re: ASUU Vows To Continue With Strike by asapfeggi: 6:42am On Nov 26, 2018|
Federal Government is expected to hold another emergency meeting with the Academic Staff Union of Universities on Monday 26th of November, 2018 in a bid to end the ongoing strike in public universities.
The last meeting between the two parties took place on November 15. Despite the meeting lasting for six hours, the strike was not called off because no agreement was reached.
|Re: ASUU Vows To Continue With Strike by BlissB(f): 6:44am On Nov 26, 2018|
ThankGod Delsu nor join.......
|Re: ASUU Vows To Continue With Strike by okedoyinolabisi(f): 6:55am On Nov 26, 2018|
the govt should answer them and stop wasting our time please
|Re: ASUU Vows To Continue With Strike by asapfeggi: 6:59am On Nov 26, 2018|
You guys are very lucky. Me I just want to graduate and leave Nigerian University oh
|Re: ASUU Vows To Continue With Strike by asapfeggi: 7:00am On Nov 26, 2018|
Leave them make dem dey play politics with our education
|Re: ASUU Vows To Continue With Strike by johnogunleye22: 7:20am On Nov 26, 2018|
FG and ASUU, pls, put an end to this strike. I want to graduate this year.
|Re: ASUU Vows To Continue With Strike by deboysben(m): 7:43am On Nov 26, 2018|
The best striker in the world
Give it to ASUU
|Re: ASUU Vows To Continue With Strike by mvem(m): 7:51am On Nov 26, 2018|
engrsyer:..you can't disband a Union... Go to history, Abacha and IBB tried it and it failed woefully and this were military regimes...
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