Latest Asuu strike news today Tuesday 6 October 2020
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ASUU has alleged that lies and propaganda from the Federal Government of Nigeria would not force their hand into ending the strike.
Academic Staff Union of Universities chairman released a statement on Sunday claiming that the Union will not suspend its strike unless they are requirements are met by the Federal government.
It is likely that students will continue to stay at home despite the Federal government’s directive that all educational institutions should resume by Monday next week being October 12th as ASUU has decided to ignore the directives.
Mr Biodun Ogunyemi hinted that with the way the Nigerian government is the negotiations, Nigerian should be ready for a long-drawn strike.
Staff unions in schools, especially those owned by the FG, have sounded warning strike, while those already on strike, may not back out yet. We are still on strike ASUU insists.
Speaking with Newsmen The National President of the Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU, Prof. Biodun Ogunyemi, said that the union’s ongoing strike
The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) has called up for an adoption of the University Transparency and Accountability Solution (UTAS) in the country.
Mahmud Lawan, Coordinator, Kano Zonal Coordinator of the association, made the call in a statement issued in Kano on Thursday, at the end of its meeting held at the Federal University, Dutse.
ASUU and NASU shut out LASU VC and students thereby stopping the Vice chancellor and students from entering the premises.
This started in the early hours of today, Monday in the Lagos State University, Ojo Campus, when members of the Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU, and the Non-Academic Staff Union of Universities, NASU, stopped the Vice-Chancellor of the institution, Prof Olanrewaju Fagboun and students from entering the university
The Academic Staff Union of Universities, on Monday, cautioned the Federal Government that endeavors to resume tertiary institutions without finding a way to curb the spread of COVID-19 would be destructive.
ASUU stated that the Federal Government would be held responsible for any possible negative consequences following its plan to reopen tertiary institutions.
ASUU lists conditions for reopening of schools and declares readiness to resume work and academic activities if the safety conditions listed out are met by the government.
The Academic Staff Union of University (ASUU) chief, Professor Ogunyemi decried the condition of facilities in Nigerian universities and how safety would be ensured with regards to social distancing
E-learning cannot work in Nigeria says ASUU following the shutdown of schools due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic in the country
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