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Is ASUU A Criminal Group? by bettermike: 6:02pm On Oct 28, 2020
The lingering situation which ASUU is prolonging being the current strike action is deeply concerning.


ASUU's criminal demands need to be checked.

Previously, they demanded that they be allowed to be part of the admission process of students into universities. They said jamb should not be the one vested solely with such responsibility.

Today, Tutorial centres are offering students admission into higher institutions unhindered. Thanks to the corrupt ASUU. The bidding process for admission is very simple. Settle the tutorial centres, they in turn settle the university staffers and the Nigerian Educational Educational System suffers the more.

No surprises Mark Zukerberg, Jeff Bezos, and other great inventors are not from this side of the world.

I keep saying it. Jamb should totally handle admission of students into higher institutions. Take it totally away from the hands of ASUU and university workers.

Today, they are making another dubious demand. As in, how can you dictatate how you should be paid. Knowing how not so transparent their system is.

Nigerian government is trying to fight corruption in the form or workers receiving double salaries via different or same institutions. And corruption is fighting back.

God help us.

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Re: Is ASUU A Criminal Group? by Pancakeey(f): 6:04pm On Oct 28, 2020
I didn’t read your post but yes!
ASUU are criminals under the guise of professors

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Re: Is ASUU A Criminal Group? by illicit(m): 6:17pm On Oct 28, 2020
It's likely....

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Re: Is ASUU A Criminal Group? by sinkhole: 6:28pm On Oct 28, 2020
I can't understand what OP is trying to say embarassed
Re: Is ASUU A Criminal Group? by bettermike: 6:55pm On Oct 28, 2020
sinkhole:
I can't understand what OP is trying to say embarassed

ASUU is a corrupt organization that should be checked.
Re: Is ASUU A Criminal Group? by Nobody: 7:10pm On Oct 28, 2020
Ask any Yoruba person what oponu means. Then personalize freely it.

bettermike:
The lingering situation which ASUU is prolonging being the current strike action is deeply concerning.


ASUU's criminal demands need to be checked.

Previously, they demanded that they be allowed to be part of the admission process of students into universities. They said jamb should not be the one vested solely with such responsibility.

Today, Tutorial centres are offering students admission into higher institutions unhindered. Thanks to the corrupt ASUU. The bidding process for admission is very simple. Settle the tutorial centres, they in turn settle the university staffers and the Nigerian Educational Educational System suffers the more.

No surprises Mark Zukerberg, Jeff Bezos, and other great inventors are not from this side of the world.

I keep saying it. Jamb should totally handle admission of students into higher institutions. Take it totally away from the hands of ASUU and university workers.

Today, they are making another dubious demand. As in, how can you dictatate how you should be paid. Knowing how not so transparent their system is.

Nigerian government is trying to fight corruption in the form or workers receiving double salaries via different or same institutions. And corruption is fighting back.

God help us.
Re: Is ASUU A Criminal Group? by bettermike: 7:13pm On Oct 28, 2020
bizme:
Ask any Yoruba person what oponu means. Then personalize freely it.


That's correct. I just asked someone here.

ASUU surely are oponu.

Nice one bro.
Re: Is ASUU A Criminal Group? by sinkhole: 7:36pm On Oct 28, 2020
bettermike:


ASUU is a corrupt organization that should be checked.

I was to be a lecturer until I stumbled on my don’s pay slip


You gained your major professional experience in insurance; and then you went on to found an insurance firm: Mutual Benefits Assurance. A lot of people still feel insurance is a tough terrain to weather. What gave you that courage?

I’m actually an adventurist right from my university days. It was when I was in Part Three that the term Agric Insurance came into existence and I decided to research into it and take it up. In my Part Four, I did a lot of reading; I sought for books and that gave me the confidence that I could do it. My department then said there weren’t enough books and were not going to allow me to do it, but I insisted and pushed so hard till they yielded. I did my thesis in Agric Insurance Development in Nigeria. I actually published about four articles on Agric Insurance during my undergraduate days. So that was the starting point. From there, I was meant to be a lecturer; I wanted to do my master’s in M.Phil; the agreement was that if they allowed me do the programme, I would have to do it to PhD level. I agreed. It was during that time that I stumbled on the pay slip of one of my lecturers: Professor Alimi, who finished his masters when I was in Part 1. He earned N600! I was like what! Is this what I’m coming to do? No way, I said to myself. So when I saw the advert of Nigeria Agric Insurance Company, I applied. They were looking for planning officers. I came first and they appointed me to NICON Insurance instead of Agric Insurance, which was the starting point. Within two years, I wrote their professional examinations and qualified in 1991 and like they say, the rest is history. Yes insurance is a tough call; but I thank God that we did it and God crowned our effort.

https://thenationonlineng.net/i-was-to-be-a-lecturer-until-i-stumbled-on-my-dons-pay-slip/
Re: Is ASUU A Criminal Group? by bettermike: 8:08pm On Oct 28, 2020
sinkhole:


I was to be a lecturer until I stumbled on my don’s pay slip


You gained your major professional experience in insurance; and then you went on to found an insurance firm: Mutual Benefits Assurance. A lot of people still feel insurance is a tough terrain to weather. What gave you that courage?

I’m actually an adventurist right from my university days. It was when I was in Part Three that the term Agric Insurance came into existence and I decided to research into it and take it up. In my Part Four, I did a lot of reading; I sought for books and that gave me the confidence that I could do it. My department then said there weren’t enough books and were not going to allow me to do it, but I insisted and pushed so hard till they yielded. I did my thesis in Agric Insurance Development in Nigeria. I actually published about four articles on Agric Insurance during my undergraduate days. So that was the starting point. From there, I was meant to be a lecturer; I wanted to do my master’s in M.Phil; the agreement was that if they allowed me do the programme, I would have to do it to PhD level. I agreed. It was during that time that I stumbled on the pay slip of one of my lecturers: Professor Alimi, who finished his masters when I was in Part 1. He earned N600! I was like what! Is this what I’m coming to do? No way, I said to myself. So when I saw the advert of Nigeria Agric Insurance Company, I applied. They were looking for planning officers. I came first and they appointed me to NICON Insurance instead of Agric Insurance, which was the starting point. Within two years, I wrote their professional examinations and qualified in 1991 and like they say, the rest is history. Yes insurance is a tough call; but I thank God that we did it and God crowned our effort.

https://thenationonlineng.net/i-was-to-be-a-lecturer-until-i-stumbled-on-my-dons-pay-slip/

1991? Sir, have you seen their recent payslip? Profs earn something in the region of 200k to 500k per month.

Is this not good enough?
Re: Is ASUU A Criminal Group? by sinkhole: 8:15pm On Oct 28, 2020
bettermike:


1991? Sir, have you seen their recent payslip? Profs earn something in the region of 200k to 500k per month.

Is this not good enough?
actually, Prof earns something like 450k per month, but today is not 1991. What #600 could buy in 1991, 450k may not buy it now.
ASUU is not the only union fighting for improved welfare: medical workers did and they used strike too; oil workers did and they also used strike with the government quickly answering them by reverting to the old payment platform, instead of IPPIS, within two/three days.
Re: Is ASUU A Criminal Group? by bettermike: 8:45pm On Oct 28, 2020
sinkhole:
actually, Prof earns something like 450k per month, but today is not 1991. What #600 could buy in 1991, 450k may not buy it now.
ASUU is not the only union fighting for improved welfare: medical workers did and they used strike too; oil workers did and they also used strike with the government quickly answering them by reverting to the old payment platform, instead of IPPIS, within two/three days.


What is wrong with IPPIS? Is it not the same currency that will be received?

The government is trying to rid our country of corruption but the corrupt teachers won't allow.

The major problem we have in this country remains corruption. Is this not why people were agitating the demise of Sars?

Students need to come out en mass and call an end to this ASUU. It's long overdue.

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Re: Is ASUU A Criminal Group? by Nobody: 9:58pm On Oct 28, 2020
bettermike:



What is wrong with IPPIS? Is it not the same currency that will be received?

The government is trying to rid our country of corruption but the corrupt teachers won't allow.

The major problem we have in this country remains corruption. Is this not why people were agitating the demise of Sars?

Students need to come out en mass and call an end to this ASUU. It's long overdue.

I agree with you, Just that NANS is a political party

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Re: Is ASUU A Criminal Group? by Nobody: 10:00pm On Oct 28, 2020
Students nationwide should try to know when the next meeting is and boy cut it, We shouldn't let them out of the meeting hall until they call of the strike,
Re: Is ASUU A Criminal Group? by paulolee(m): 7:50am On Oct 29, 2020
what about the presidency?? if a particular terrorist group in the north asks for double of what ASUU is asking... won't they negotiate and pay them??

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