The latest ASUU strike update coming your way is that NLC President has stated that the ongoing ASUU Strike would be called off soon and the crisis rocking the education sector wil come to an end.
The National President of Nigeria Labour Congress Abdulwaheed Omar has stated that the ongoing Academic Staff Union of University ASUU strike would soon be call off while advising security agents to device new strategy to tackle the security challenges facing the country.
Omar speaking in the same vein with Niger State Governor Dr Muazu Babangida Aliyu at the 10th Quadrennial Conference of the Nigeria Civil Service Union in Minna, decried the impunity and use of security agents to oppress people in Nigeria polity.
He stated that the NLC recognizing that ASUU is an affiliate body held a meeting with the union on Monday and would present the position to Vice President Namadi Sambo now leading the government negotiating team.
The NLC President said: “The ASUU strike is a matter of concern to all of us, ASUU is an affiliate of NLC we held a meeting two days ago for reaching an understanding, we are to meet the Vice President”.
He stated that the congress is hoping to bring both parties together saying that “very soon ASUU strike will be history.”
The NLC boss stated that the strike has reached the level it was because government does things with impunity “government signed an agreement and they said it was previous administration, if government can inherit foreign reserves from the previous administration while dodging the agreement reached by the previous administration , government should fulfil its sides of the bargain.”
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