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Re: Strike: We Haven’t Exempted ASUU From IPPIS – FG by Yankee101: 6:38pm On Nov 21
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Re: Strike: We Haven’t Exempted ASUU From IPPIS – FG by Edidiong123: 6:38pm On Nov 21
Re: Strike: We Haven’t Exempted ASUU From IPPIS – FG by Shedrachmessi(m): 6:42pm On Nov 21
Ajibel:
I sha know say we no go resume this year
yeah maybe by january
Re: Strike: We Haven’t Exempted ASUU From IPPIS – FG by lkillbrokehoes: 6:47pm On Nov 21
Yenefer:
Good. ASUU are just corrupt union after there own pocket and interest. If not Buhari is soft on citizens and converted democrat. i would have recommend he starts using gestapo style on ASUU leadership.
Look at this almajiri oh, keep shut there, ASUU are fighting for Nigerian students and everything that concerns education in Nigeria

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Re: Strike: We Haven’t Exempted ASUU From IPPIS – FG by lkillbrokehoes: 6:50pm On Nov 21
weyreypey:

Same way we lecturers will go Gestapo on your lives.. ASUU has realised it's not worthwhile fighting for foolish youths like you.... Don't worry we'll deal with you ruthlessly
What do u expect from an almajiri

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Re: Strike: We Haven’t Exempted ASUU From IPPIS – FG by lkillbrokehoes: 6:51pm On Nov 21
obstead200:
ASUU is very corrupt. The reason they always succeed in bamboozling the FG and getting away with it is because the FG negotiators and decision makers is made up of a bunch of daft, incompetent and self-serving bastards who do not possess the intellect nor the wits to match the corrupt cunning of ASUU members. Put me and my likes in that team, give us a year with full autonomy to do and act as we please and we will bring ASUU to its knees
It's obvious u don't have common sense, sha nah just talk because u can't do more than a toothless bulldog

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Re: Strike: We Haven’t Exempted ASUU From IPPIS – FG by lkillbrokehoes: 6:52pm On Nov 21
guruzmarstk:


Don't confuse yourself. Yesterday's report and today is the same. In summary, FG raised the offer from 50b to 65b, as against the 110b which ASUU requested for earned allowance and revitalisation.

The issue of IPPIS was just a distraction on the part of the government. Regardless, FG shifted ground yesterday by agreeing to pay Lecturers using the former payment platform, pending when UTAS passes integrity test.

But hope you're aware that the 65b is not going to to ASUU's account? In all honesty, ASUU are not only after their welfare but also the standard of universities.

N.B. I'm not a Lecturer or associated with any. I'm even affected by this strike. But we need to be objective.
God bless u
Re: Strike: We Haven’t Exempted ASUU From IPPIS – FG by Dollanaira: 6:58pm On Nov 21
OH
Re: Strike: We Haven’t Exempted ASUU From IPPIS – FG by charlibo1: 7:04pm On Nov 21
Can't you just keep quiet till ASUU calls of d strike before you debunk the news? Dis FG sef is not strategic

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Re: Strike: We Haven’t Exempted ASUU From IPPIS – FG by Hassanmaye(m): 7:07pm On Nov 21
ASUU one lecturer will be lecturing in 4 universities, and be roaming up and down failing students with impunity, federal government should not exempt them please. That's why is very difficult to get a lecturing job nowadays corruption so endevelled in the system,
Re: Strike: We Haven’t Exempted ASUU From IPPIS – FG by rowland545(m): 7:23pm On Nov 21
weyreypey:

We're going to get our dues as lecturers. If you want good quality education... fight for it.
see wat this one is saying.... What dues r u talking about..


I'm fighting for it...that's y I'm calling lecturers 'biggest fraud'....that's wat they r...and if u one..


U r not exempted... U all should be ashamed of yourself
Re: Strike: We Haven’t Exempted ASUU From IPPIS – FG by weyreypey: 7:25pm On Nov 21
rowland545:
see wat this one is saying.... What dues r u talking about..


I'm fighting for it...that's y I'm calling lecturers 'biggest fraud'....that's wat they r...and if u one..


U r not exempted... U all should be ashamed of yourself
Taa... we'll collect and still not teach. Go ahead and do your worst.
Re: Strike: We Haven’t Exempted ASUU From IPPIS – FG by Creeza(m): 7:31pm On Nov 21
weyreypey:

We're going to get our dues as lecturers. If you want good quality education... fight for it.
I DONT MEAN TO SOUND RUDE SIR, but the total money my department paid for handout last semester alone can pay tuition fee for 7 people comfortably through bsc and masters. JUST SCHOOL FEES
Re: Strike: We Haven’t Exempted ASUU From IPPIS – FG by weyreypey: 7:32pm On Nov 21
Creeza:
I DONT MEAN TO SOUND RUDE SIR, but the total money my department paid for handout last semester alone can pay tuition fee for 7 people comfortably through bsc and masters. JUST SCHOOL FEES
Well my friend, we are in a conundrum... unless the students and teachers join hands... we're going to have the same system in place.. however we have some youths who see everything from the prisms of APC and PDP

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Re: Strike: We Haven’t Exempted ASUU From IPPIS – FG by fof1: 7:34pm On Nov 21
khingTony:


Source: https://www.vanguardngr.com/2020/11/strike-we-havent-exempted-ASUU-from-ippis-fg/

THIS GOVERNMENT AND HER ENTIRE LEADERSHIP ARE TRULY CONFUSED AND IRRESPONSIBLE, CORRUPT AND IGNORANT OF D WAY FORWARD AND BEREFT OF TRUE DIRECTION...
Re: Strike: We Haven’t Exempted ASUU From IPPIS – FG by MondayOsunbor(m): 7:36pm On Nov 21
Re: Strike: We Haven’t Exempted ASUU From IPPIS – FG by KensonAbule(m): 7:44pm On Nov 21
Like play like play, na till January we dey resume oh.
Let me continue my hustling joor
Re: Strike: We Haven’t Exempted ASUU From IPPIS – FG by Creeza(m): 7:49pm On Nov 21
weyreypey:

Well my friend, we are in a conundrum... unless the students and teachers join hands... we're going to have the same system in place.. however we have some youths who see everything from the prisms of APC and PDP
Im non-partisan and I BELIEVE competence should come before anything else. Most of you guys enjoyed the very best education has to offer from the white man and upon graduation, jobs were at the tip of finger nails.

the story has changed now... you cant claim to fight for the youth and delay their tuition year when the real enemy is within government ranks. EVEN at the end of a looped seven year course the same graduate you claim to fight for will have next to nothing to offer and left without jobs
Re: Strike: We Haven’t Exempted ASUU From IPPIS – FG by Abdulismzip(m): 8:01pm On Nov 21
This is worrisome and it needs God intervention.
Re: Strike: We Haven’t Exempted ASUU From IPPIS – FG by GENTLETEE(m): 8:01pm On Nov 21
This is better understood!
Re: Strike: We Haven’t Exempted ASUU From IPPIS – FG by weyreypey: 8:12pm On Nov 21
Creeza:
Im non-partisan and I BELIEVE competence should come before anything else. Most of you guys enjoyed the very best education has to offer from the white man and upon graduation, jobs were at the tip of finger nails.

the story has changed now... you cant claim to fight for the youth and delay their tuition year when the real enemy is within government ranks. EVEN at the end of a looped seven year course the same graduate you claim to fight for will have next to nothing to offer and left without jobs

We are not fighting for any youth. Let them fight for themselves
Re: Strike: We Haven’t Exempted ASUU From IPPIS – FG by Nwadiuto247: 8:16pm On Nov 21
obstead200:
ASUU is very corrupt. The reason they always succeed in bamboozling the FG and getting away with it is because the FG negotiators and decision makers is made up of a bunch of daft, incompetent and self-serving bastards who do not possess the intellect nor the wits to match the corrupt cunning of ASUU members. Put me and my likes in that team, give us a year with full autonomy to do and act as we please and we will bring ASUU to its knees

Stop sounding like an empty head.

ASUU is fighting over an agreement they had with government since 2009. Thats eleven years ago and you are here disgracing yourself.

Why has FG not taken them to court since how many times they have gone on strike over these years?

FG knows that the 2009 agreement and the memorandum of understanding they had with ASUU in 2013 and 2017, together with the memorandum of action of 2019 are all on paper and duely signed by both parties.

With such documents how can FG win them?

instead of you to blame the government for failing to keep the various agreements they entered into with ASUU you are here messing yourself up.

you think they go to have beer palour discussion with FG. Park one corner pls.
Re: Strike: We Haven’t Exempted ASUU From IPPIS – FG by Creeza(m): 8:17pm On Nov 21
weyreypey:


We are not fighting for any youth. Let them fight for themselves
Ogbane!
Me personally have moved on, its either a foriegn degree with uninterrupted tuition of 3yrs with assured relevance in the society or nothing

LET ASUU FIGHT FOR THEMSELVES TOO
Re: Strike: We Haven’t Exempted ASUU From IPPIS – FG by simhosting: 8:20pm On Nov 21
fastseo:
Academic activities won't resume this year.
ASUU should please shouldn't have anything to fear if their hands are clean as regard this IPPIS.

I could remember back then in school my project supervisor teaches in a private university and also a state university and hardly have time for me. Many lecturers are into stuff like this holding 3 to 4 jobs in both federal and state universities and also private and hardly have time for students rather they delegate their work to students to handle

Because he is not paid well.
If he received half of senators take home, believe me he will have your time
Re: Strike: We Haven’t Exempted ASUU From IPPIS – FG by Nwadiuto247: 8:22pm On Nov 21
Abdulismzip:
This is worrisome and it needs God intervention.

Worrisome? How? Did you read the post well?

From the outcome of the meeting it is obvious that the strike will soon be over.

There is hope now than before so relax.
Re: Strike: We Haven’t Exempted ASUU From IPPIS – FG by zikter(m): 8:24pm On Nov 21
obstead200:
ASUU is very corrupt. The reason they always succeed in bamboozling the FG and getting away with it is because the FG negotiators and decision makers is made up of a bunch of daft, incompetent and self-serving bastards who do not possess the intellect nor the wits to match the corrupt cunning of ASUU members. Put me and my likes in that team, give us a year with full autonomy to do and act as we please and we will bring ASUU to its knees
If only you can channel this your zealous energy in fighting your politicians that corruptly enriched themselves, are still enriching themselves and wii continue enriching themselves in billions of dollars of Nigerian money, Nigeria will be better. How much is budgeted for the whole education sector in the first place? And what project do you think lecturers undertake that they embezzle money? Or how much do you think they get from students compare to your senator that even refused to let you know how much he collects? Moreso what is the useless government doing about the alleged corrupt lecturers, considering that government owns EFCC, ICPC, NUC etc?

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Re: Strike: We Haven’t Exempted ASUU From IPPIS – FG by fastseo: 8:30pm On Nov 21
simhosting:


Because he is not paid well.
If he received half of senators take home, believe me he will have your time

U said not well paid?

Why will a lecturer be jumping from one school to the other when will have capable hands rooming the street for job.

greed is all I see
Re: Strike: We Haven’t Exempted ASUU From IPPIS – FG by Carlylepneuma: 8:47pm On Nov 21
It was SaharaReporters that reported the previous news sayin FG has exemted ASUU fRom IPPIS Believe SaharaReporters at ur own peril.
Re: Strike: We Haven’t Exempted ASUU From IPPIS – FG by Nwadiuto247: 8:47pm On Nov 21
Yenefer:
Good. ASUU are just corrupt union after there own pocket and interest. If not Buhari is soft on citizens and converted democrat. i would have recommend he starts using gestapo style on ASUU leadership.

You are ignorant.

ASUU went on strike during the millitary era in the 80s and 90s, the millitary could not subdue them so what are you talking about?
Re: Strike: We Haven’t Exempted ASUU From IPPIS – FG by rowland545(m): 8:47pm On Nov 21
weyreypey:

Taa... we'll collect and still not teach. Go ahead and do your worst.
lols...r u sure u r a lecturer or a motto park agboro?

For me I'm sure its d latter
Re: Strike: We Haven’t Exempted ASUU From IPPIS – FG by exponentfriday: 8:54pm On Nov 21
if not this matter is wasting some Nigerian future, I could have support ASUU to fight them till end, bcoz this government have invested their administration on lie upon lie...

This will teach those useless professor that rigid election in favour of useless politician, they can see how ordinary Ngige is play on knowledge and education of the whole ASUU......

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Re: Strike: We Haven’t Exempted ASUU From IPPIS – FG by seguntijan(m): 8:57pm On Nov 21
The University is the vehicle, FG is the owner, students are the passenger and ASUU is the driver.

Vehicle owner only wish to hear that the vehicle is moving, passenger only wish to get to his destination, but a GOOD DRIVER pays attention to the vehicle and stop it (even when it is still driveable) for necessary repairs and maintainance, regardless the grumblings and murmurings from the owner and the passenger. Not to just continue driving till the vehicle knocks to a stop or crash due to multiple faults.

So, whenever you remember that the drivers of the four refineries Nigeria used to have drove the refineries to the dump sites they are today, same with Nitel, Ajaokuta steel and many other govt owned companies, and the fact that NEPA was only salvage at scrap and the so called private drivers can't still get it running smoothly, thank ASUU again.

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