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FG Offers ₦65 Billion To End ASUU Strike, Exempts ASUU From IPPIS by etokhana: 8:49pm On Nov 20
The Federal Government on Friday offered leadership of the Academic Staff Union of Universities N65 billion for Earned Academic Allowance and revitalisation.

The government also agreed to pay the striking lecturers through the Government Integrated Financial Management Information System) until ASUU’s University Transparency and Accountability Solution (UTAS) was ready for usage.

These are some of the agreements reached at the resumed meeting between the leadership of ASUU and the federal government team on Friday.

At the end of the seven- hour meeting, Minister of Labour and Employment, Chris Ngige told reporters that the Accountant-General of the Federation ( AGF) has offered to release N40 billion or in the alternative, N35 billion to be shared by all the registered Trade Unions in the universities after providing necessary evidence of having earned the allowance.

“The FG reiterated that her offer of N40 billion or 35 billion whichever is accepted by ASUU was for all the universities unions: ASUU had proposed that N40 billion be paid immediately for all unions ,” the Minister said.

Ngige said all vice-chancellors are to submit details of the EAA/EA to the National Universities Commission (NUC) on or before November 30.

Speaking on the issue of withheld salaries, Ngige said the Federal Ministry of Labour and Federal Ministry of Education will review the issue of “no work, no pay” as stipulated in Section 43 of the Trade Disputes Act Cap T8 laws of the federation of Nigeria, 2004 with a view to getting approval for the withheld salaries to be paid.

https://thenationonlineng.net/breaking-fg-offers-n65bn-to-end-ASUU-strike/

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Re: FG Offers ₦65 Billion To End ASUU Strike, Exempts ASUU From IPPIS by jlinkd78(m): 8:51pm On Nov 20
Take it or leave it ASUU is the only labour union in this country everyother is simply where belle face. Congratulations ASUU for being hard and ruthless on their scrotum

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Re: FG Offers ₦65 Billion To End ASUU Strike, Exempts ASUU From IPPIS by Gallant12: 8:52pm On Nov 20
Finally!!!!!

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Re: FG Offers ₦65 Billion To End ASUU Strike, Exempts ASUU From IPPIS by TONYE001(m): 8:53pm On Nov 20
It would soon be over.

FG and ASUU should work up a long lasting solution to end these incessant interruptions of academic activities.

Some of us don too tey for school, we don tire.

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Re: FG Offers ₦65 Billion To End ASUU Strike, Exempts ASUU From IPPIS by ojun50(m): 8:55pm On Nov 20
Na only ASUU get this government pass word, NLC just dey mumu

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Re: FG Offers ₦65 Billion To End ASUU Strike, Exempts ASUU From IPPIS by Diamondniyi(m): 9:02pm On Nov 20
The only organization that knows how to deal with FG is ..........?

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Re: FG Offers ₦65 Billion To End ASUU Strike, Exempts ASUU From IPPIS by inoki247: 9:02pm On Nov 20
NLC Thunder Fire you....


This ASUU Chairman needs to be given the man with the strongest balls of the year...

Make them sha colet dere money first before dem resume cos this Government get scamming format for hand pass Yahoo boy....

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Re: FG Offers ₦65 Billion To End ASUU Strike, Exempts ASUU From IPPIS by iamyemiakins(m): 9:05pm On Nov 20
FG when ASUU finally calls off the strike.

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Re: FG Offers ₦65 Billion To End ASUU Strike, Exempts ASUU From IPPIS by kolafolabi(m): 9:07pm On Nov 20
Good news!

Aluta Continua, Victoria Ascerta

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Re: FG Offers ₦65 Billion To End ASUU Strike, Exempts ASUU From IPPIS by HigherEd: 9:08pm On Nov 20
jlinkd78:
Take it or leave it ASUU is the only labour union in this country everyother is simply where belle face. Congratulations ASUU for being hard and ruthless on their scrotum
Lol I hope you guys would realize the truth before it becomes late.

The current system where universities fully depend on payouts from the government is unsustainable and would never make the universities competitive or valuable enough to industry. Especially in a country with a surging population yet depleting economy.

As part of comprehensive reform of the Nigerian state. The emphasis on higher education needs to be lowered. Not everyone should need to go to university to amount to anything meaningful in life. People who must go there by virtue of stellar academic records should be offered scholarships.

Why would the ministry of education train with subsidy 2000 zoology students across the nation and only 1% of them end up as zoologist or researchers in Zoology. While the rest end up in banks, telcos, and everyother place where a zoology degree is never ended. How many subsidized degrees yield return on Investment for the Nigerian state. E.. g Inter rel, Physiology, Anatomy, Biochemistry etc? Tbh only strategically important degrees ought to be free in Nigerian schools. E.g Medicine, Nursing, Civil engineering.

Lets focus on our economy and generate enough value for each Nigerian to be self sufficient enough to fund their own education and stop funding unsustainable projects like ASUU.

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Re: FG Offers ₦65 Billion To End ASUU Strike, Exempts ASUU From IPPIS by Juliusmalema: 9:09pm On Nov 20
Noted

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Re: FG Offers ₦65 Billion To End ASUU Strike, Exempts ASUU From IPPIS by sapientia(m): 9:10pm On Nov 20
ASUU should be careful

FG are serial liars

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Re: FG Offers ₦65 Billion To End ASUU Strike, Exempts ASUU From IPPIS by Nwadiuto247: 9:10pm On Nov 20
Better but payment must be duly received by all before the suspension of the strike.

Government cannot be trusted, We dont want a kind of Lekki stories and denials.

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Re: FG Offers ₦65 Billion To End ASUU Strike, Exempts ASUU From IPPIS by joshjc(m): 9:14pm On Nov 20
I don forget about school,na to make money and learn trade

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Re: FG Offers ₦65 Billion To End ASUU Strike, Exempts ASUU From IPPIS by Officer4: 9:14pm On Nov 20
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Re: FG Offers ₦65 Billion To End ASUU Strike, Exempts ASUU From IPPIS by Fanika22: 9:14pm On Nov 20
Back to school!
Re: FG Offers ₦65 Billion To End ASUU Strike, Exempts ASUU From IPPIS by tope777(m): 9:19pm On Nov 20
grin
Re: FG Offers ₦65 Billion To End ASUU Strike, Exempts ASUU From IPPIS by Doradorwa(f): 9:22pm On Nov 20
I'm glad for Federal University students o grin grin

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Re: FG Offers ₦65 Billion To End ASUU Strike, Exempts ASUU From IPPIS by remigreat(f): 9:24pm On Nov 20
I'm just indifferent to this. I don't know if I should believe FG or ASUU.

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Re: FG Offers ₦65 Billion To End ASUU Strike, Exempts ASUU From IPPIS by singwa: 9:24pm On Nov 20
Good news. Finally there's hope?

This ASUU president is quite tough.

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Re: FG Offers ₦65 Billion To End ASUU Strike, Exempts ASUU From IPPIS by amakadlite(f): 9:29pm On Nov 20
I give it to ASUU. ASUU has got balls, NLC should apply to ASUU for job description.

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Re: FG Offers ₦65 Billion To End ASUU Strike, Exempts ASUU From IPPIS by rawtouch: 9:36pm On Nov 20
cool



make a suu confirm the alert before them go pay with fake alert

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Re: FG Offers ₦65 Billion To End ASUU Strike, Exempts ASUU From IPPIS by slawormiir: 9:36pm On Nov 20
Damnnn niggarrrr
Isoright.....

Last last government go tell ASUU say their payments platform is not good
Make them return to that ippis

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Re: FG Offers ₦65 Billion To End ASUU Strike, Exempts ASUU From IPPIS by adaragbotemi: 9:37pm On Nov 20
Finally , but i hope this is true ooo
Re: FG Offers ₦65 Billion To End ASUU Strike, Exempts ASUU From IPPIS by DontBullshitMe: 9:37pm On Nov 20
HigherEd:

Lol I hope you guys would realize the truth before it becomes late.

The current system where universities fully depend on payouts from the government is unsustainable and would never make the universities competitive or valuable enough to industry. Especially in a country with a surging population yet depleting economy.

As part of comprehensive reform of the Nigerian state. The emphasis on higher education needs to be lowered. Not everyone should need to go to university to amount to anything meaningful in life. People who must go there by virtue of stellar academic records should be offered scholarships.

Why would the ministry of education train with subsidy 2000 zoology students across the nation and only 1% of them end up as zoologist or researchers in Zoology. While the rest end up in banks, telcos, and everyother place where a zoology degree is never ended. How many subsidized degrees yield return on Investment for the Nigerian state. E.. g Inter rel, Physiology, Anatomy, Biochemistry etc? Tbh only strategically important degrees ought to be free in Nigerian schools. E.g Medicine, Nursing, Civil engineering.

Lets focus on our economy and generate enough value for each Nigerian to be self sufficient enough to fund their own education and stop funding unsustainable projects like ASUU.

I agree.

Succinctly delivered.

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Re: FG Offers ₦65 Billion To End ASUU Strike, Exempts ASUU From IPPIS by KINGJAJA888(m): 9:37pm On Nov 20
inoki247:
NLC Thunder Fire you....


This ASUU Chairman needs to be given the man with the strongest balls of the year...

Make them sha colet dere money first before dem resume cos this Government get scamming format for hand pass Yahoo boy....
No truer words Said.

On a lighter note;

Wahala for who never Read for exam oh grin grin

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Re: FG Offers ₦65 Billion To End ASUU Strike, Exempts ASUU From IPPIS by saxtaiwo: 9:37pm On Nov 20
Audio promise. As long as those demonic and satanic devices called rulers and politicians keep sending their children abroad to study, Naija education will still be in comatose.

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Re: FG Offers ₦65 Billion To End ASUU Strike, Exempts ASUU From IPPIS by ManTiger(m): 9:38pm On Nov 20
Everybody has problem, I have a problem too.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4MoQgkANAuI
Re: FG Offers ₦65 Billion To End ASUU Strike, Exempts ASUU From IPPIS by Badonasty(m): 9:39pm On Nov 20
lol.... congrats to ASUU i really love their determine and resolve to see the matter to a logical end...with this I think strikes will be a thing of the past

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Re: FG Offers ₦65 Billion To End ASUU Strike, Exempts ASUU From IPPIS by JoeEeL(m): 9:39pm On Nov 20
Govt go get money, them no go wan vomit am.

Na to dey waste am ontop bullets, wars, ammunition, incessant drilling for North and offshore stashed accounts.

Plus to dey build cemetery, graveyards and prison for SS.

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Re: FG Offers ₦65 Billion To End ASUU Strike, Exempts ASUU From IPPIS by TBD(m): 9:40pm On Nov 20
After wasting students time very unfortunate...

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