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Asuu Strike Nigeria 2022 – Latest Update Today

Asuu Strike Nigeria Update 2022.

Students searching for asuu latest news on resumption can get the latest news update on asuu strike Nigeria today on this platform. It will be recalled that the seemingly unending asuu strike 2022 commenced in February and is stretching to several months yet again.

ASUU Strike Update Today 2022.

Scroll down below to get the latest and past news updates on asuu strike Nigeria 2022.

April 2022.

Ngige states – It’s on ASUU to End Strike.

The minister of employment has claimed that he has done his bit and placed the burden of suspending the ongoing strike on ASUU. According to the former Anambra state governor; “It depends on ASUU. The ball is in their court. They should go and meet the Benimi Briggs Committee and look at what the committee is doing and make further inputs so that the work can be accelerated…”

March 2022.

As at 3rd March, the asuu strike situation appear to be getting worse as the Trade Union Congress threatened to embark on a solidarity strike with the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU). According to them, If the Federal Government does not settle the persisting difficulties with academics within two weeks, the TUC will go on nationwide strike.

February 2022.

Declaring the commencement of the strike action, the University of Nigeria Nsukka UNN chapter of the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) asked parents, students, and members of the public to lobby the federal government to do the right thing and implement the Memorandum of Agreement (MoA) with the union by December 23, 2020.

At the University of Calabar, though the local chapter of ASUU there joined students from the institution in a solidarity walk in protest of the then impending strike, It accused the federal government of breaking the December 2020 deal to stop the long-running strike. While speaking to students, ASUU at UNICAL Chairman Dr. John Edor said that the government had failed in its responsibility to prioritize the education sector, and that the union was demanding that the University Transparency Accountability Solution (UTAS) be used in the payment of lecturers’ salaries.

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