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Ngige: ASUU Will Call Off Their Strike Soon by AAA593: 5:22pm On Jun 22
The Federal Government on Wednesday said the ongoing strike by the Academic Staff Union of Universities would soon be called off.

This was as it said there are no plans to establish an alternative payment table for all the labour unions in tertiary institutions.

Minister of Labour and Employment, Dr Chris Ngige, disclosed this while briefing State House Correspondents at the end of the weekly Federal Executive Council meeting presided over by the President Major General Muhammadu Buhari (retd.) at the Council Chambers of the presidential villa, Abuja.

Despite four months into the strike already, Ngige assured Nigerians that efforts were underway to resolve the ongoing dispute largely fueled by payment platforms.
ASUU, which grounded academic activities in Nigerian universities since February 14, 2022, had insisted on the use of its own generated payment platform, University Transparency and Accountability Solution.

It premised its demand on claims that the government-backed Integrated Payroll and Personnel Information System was shortchanging its members.

However, the Federal Government, last March claimed that UTAS was unfit for wide-scale use as it failed three integrity tests.
Aside from UTAS, the Senior Staff Association of Nigerian Universities and Non-Academic Staff Union of Allied and Educational Institutions also proposed their payment platform: Universities Peculiar Personnel Payroll System.

Ngige argued that the Federal Government was indeed engaging with ASUU, despite notions that it has been snubbing the union.
https://punchng.com/asuull-call-off-strike-soon-says-ngige/

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Re: Ngige: ASUU Will Call Off Their Strike Soon by Fahdiga(m): 5:22pm On Jun 22
Ngige is failure

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Re: Ngige: ASUU Will Call Off Their Strike Soon by Fira09(m): 5:23pm On Jun 22
Ngige carry your wahala and go ,we don't trust Any of you anymore.

Imagine a country with about 220 million people's , for about 6months now most of their students are at Home.

Because of the ASUU strike caused by governments . let's vote PETER OBI and let these nosense stop.

BUHARI administration does not value education.

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Re: Ngige: ASUU Will Call Off Their Strike Soon by AAA593: 5:24pm On Jun 22
They are just lying about UTAS chai.

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Re: Ngige: ASUU Will Call Off Their Strike Soon by dollynnn(f): 5:24pm On Jun 22
The same way he was assuring them when the strike was two months old. Ngige is a colossal failure!

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Re: Ngige: ASUU Will Call Off Their Strike Soon by ojun50(m): 5:24pm On Jun 22
Soon means another additional month added

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Re: Ngige: ASUU Will Call Off Their Strike Soon by AAA593: 5:26pm On Jun 22

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Re: Ngige: ASUU Will Call Off Their Strike Soon by davidupdate89: 5:28pm On Jun 22
undecided

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Re: Ngige: ASUU Will Call Off Their Strike Soon by JosephXavier: 5:28pm On Jun 22
Nigerian students, don't forget that APC paid deaf ear and turned a blind eye to the demands of ASUU and instead kept you at home to focus on their primaries

Education and the welfare of the youths are not on their priority list

So next year if you're voting, remember to vote for someone who will prioritize education and create jobs for our teaming youths

Both APC/PDP has failed and are alien to Nigerians

Peter Obi is the man to tackle Nigerians problem of lack/under education and curb out of school children to the barest minimum

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Re: Ngige: ASUU Will Call Off Their Strike Soon by eedimo(m): 5:28pm On Jun 22
lol
Must he always talk?

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Re: Ngige: ASUU Will Call Off Their Strike Soon by Bawsse(m): 5:28pm On Jun 22
Buhari team learning from OBI....
First buhari talking about moving forward the power agreement with Siemens...
Now Ngige suddenly remembering education, when OBI has been the main advocate of education and paying off ASUU to end strike

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Re: Ngige: ASUU Will Call Off Their Strike Soon by BibleStoreng: 5:28pm On Jun 22
We hope undergraduates and PG can return to school as soon as possible

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Re: Ngige: ASUU Will Call Off Their Strike Soon by kingsways: 5:29pm On Jun 22
This government has done a lot of injustice in this country

STUDENTS AT HOME SINCE FEBRUARY!!!

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Re: Ngige: ASUU Will Call Off Their Strike Soon by Ddeliverer007: 5:29pm On Jun 22
Jesus is also coming soon…

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Re: Ngige: ASUU Will Call Off Their Strike Soon by Hisxellency: 5:29pm On Jun 22
Education is fast loosing it's value in this nation with these strikes here and there

It's really a pity that the students are at the receiving end of all this
Re: Ngige: ASUU Will Call Off Their Strike Soon by Treasure17(m): 5:29pm On Jun 22
Empty promise as usual. Useless government.

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Re: Ngige: ASUU Will Call Off Their Strike Soon by pussyahnie: 5:29pm On Jun 22
If anything exist that this government could be referred to apart from worst, then it would be fair but it shouldn't amaze one as the major general at the helm of affairs is using primary 6 certificate to rule professors and doctors not to talk of masters and degrees holder in the country. Even farmer Obasanjo tenure was not as bad as this.

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Re: Ngige: ASUU Will Call Off Their Strike Soon by NairaLux(f): 5:29pm On Jun 22
Ok

Re: Ngige: ASUU Will Call Off Their Strike Soon by Kennitrust(m): 5:29pm On Jun 22
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Re: Ngige: ASUU Will Call Off Their Strike Soon by Kingpele(m): 5:29pm On Jun 22
Failed politicians
Re: Ngige: ASUU Will Call Off Their Strike Soon by Samakus(m): 5:29pm On Jun 22
When non teaching staff just extended their strike by 2 months

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Re: Ngige: ASUU Will Call Off Their Strike Soon by gambia(m): 5:29pm On Jun 22
We hope so, trust politicians at your own peril.
Re: Ngige: ASUU Will Call Off Their Strike Soon by Ddeliverer007: 5:29pm On Jun 22
dollynnn:
The same way he was assuring them when the strike was two months old. Ngige is a colossal failure!

Buhari is the failure

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Re: Ngige: ASUU Will Call Off Their Strike Soon by mcgodison2531(m): 5:30pm On Jun 22
We are waiting
Re: Ngige: ASUU Will Call Off Their Strike Soon by ahamonyeka(m): 5:30pm On Jun 22
Short idiot that call himself doctor toying with the future of students

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Re: Ngige: ASUU Will Call Off Their Strike Soon by Lordbinsmar: 5:30pm On Jun 22
grin
Re: Ngige: ASUU Will Call Off Their Strike Soon by Freestainworld(m): 5:31pm On Jun 22
They will call it off when Buhari leaves, bunch of failures in politics

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Re: Ngige: ASUU Will Call Off Their Strike Soon by ransomed: 5:31pm On Jun 22
Okija juju is a monumental failure.
Re: Ngige: ASUU Will Call Off Their Strike Soon by Tareq1105: 5:31pm On Jun 22
AAA593:

https://punchng.com/asuull-call-off-strike-soon-says-ngige/

See he's come again. What has he done to necessitate the call off by ASUU? Believe them at your own peril.

The same man that was boasting that he would win APC presidential primary claiming he had consulted widely including his people.

He told us later that his money wasn't complete that his friends were raising the balance of #50m.

When Buhari had valedictory dinner with them and bid them good luck, he refused to vacate office. We later found out he never obtained any Nomination Form. Na so dem be.

Keep believing them if you like. Me I know that all na Damaging Marketing. Nothing will ever make me to be Obi dient. I don't belong to saying things that are not feasible or obtainable.
Re: Ngige: ASUU Will Call Off Their Strike Soon by NotBeenPaid: 5:31pm On Jun 22

Call of the strike and use it as part of your government's achievements. And Nigerians would gladly vote you guys in again. Suffer no dey tire Nigerians.
Re: Ngige: ASUU Will Call Off Their Strike Soon by CheapHomes1: 5:31pm On Jun 22
Re: Ngige: ASUU Will Call Off Their Strike Soon by OluwafuntoAK(f): 5:31pm On Jun 22
hmmmm

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