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ASUU Strike: FG Asks Union To Call Off Strike Before Negotiation Will Resume

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ASUU Strike: FG Asks Union To Call Off Strike Before Negotiation Will Resume

The federal government has called on the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) to suspend its ongoing strike before talks over the union’s grievances which led to the strike will resume. This call was made by the Minister of Labour and Employment, Senator Chris Ngige. According to him, the federal government has demonstrated enough goodwill by paying salaries of the striking lecturers and urged them to discontinue their strike to allow for peaceful negotiations of their dispute. The Minister mentioned that he has made efforts to reach out to ASUU for negotiation but due to the lockdown, such has not been possible. The minister explained that there are two reasons why ASUU should call off the strike. The first reason is that government has shown goodwill and has offered olive branch by releasing the salaries of the university lecturers without any conditions. The second is that it is immoral and despicable for those who should be conducting research as Nigerians for the discovery of new drugs and medical equipment that will be used during COVID-19 period to say that they are at home playing Ludo and Draft and other games. “Even if schools are not open, ASUU members, especially researchers, are supposed to [...]



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