The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) advised understudies to get ready for resumption one week from now.
ASUU said this on its official Twitter page as the instruction body communicated any desire for a concurrence with the government.
The Union communicated idealism that understudies would re-visitation of colleges one week from now after its gathering with the government.
The tweet read: ” All Federal University understudies ought to plan for resumption as we anticipate a positive result from ASUU on Wednesday.”
This is coming after the Minister of Labor and Employment, Chris Ngige, on Friday, communicated the expectation that the concurrence with the Union will be closed one week from now.
Ngige deplored that ASUU was not considering the difficulties their requests would make.
On the return of students to classes, Ngige said he was hopeful that it would not take long.
Ngige expressed optimism that talks will be concluded next week.
Ngige confirmed that government had agreed to try out University Transparency.
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- “It is unfortunate that the government in the country does not care about the quality of education available for the children of ordinary Nigerians since their children schooled abroad, hence, their refusal to honour the various agreements reached with ASUU for almost”
- “If not for ASUU, University education in Nigeria would have collapsed a long time ago.”
- “Students should remain focused and patient, ASUU is doing everything possible to bring an end to the strike, we are doing it for all of us. Lecturers can’t work on empty stomach. Stay tuned, everything will be fine. Thank you.”
- “There are two options: support ASUU for the improved conditions of service and revitalisation of public varsities or support government to destroy public universities.
The choice is yours!"
ASUU: FG reveals next action if Nigerian lecturers fail to resume The federal government will consider “options” to stop the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) from continuing its industrial action.
Minister of Labour and Employment, Chris Ngige, spoke on a Channels