Strike: ASUU Demands Action As Fed Govt Sets Timeline For Implementation Of Agreements

The meeting between the Federal Government and the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) has again ended with the lecturers asking the government to act on its demands.

Strike: ASUU Demands Action As Fed Govt Sets Timeline For Implementation Of Agreements

The Federal Government fixed a timeline of six weeks for the new committee set up by the Federal Ministry of Education to round off everything on the conditions of service for the university lecturers.

President of ASUU, Prof. Emmanuel Osodeke, at the resumed meeting with federal Government team on Tuesday in Abuja, said all ASUU members, students and Nigerians wanted to see was action from the government.

The ASUU leader said its members want to see the federal government release money for revitalisation, pay the earned academic allowances, put a stop to proliferation of universities among others.

 

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