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COEASU Suspends Strike After Two (2) Months

COEASU has suspended strike after 2 months. The Colleges of Education Academic Staff Union, COEASU strike has been called as at Thursday, 6th December, 2018.

This is the latest update today on COEASU Strike. Resumption date for academic activities at Colleges of Education was not stated. This is an end to the two-month-old strike which has paralyzed academic activities in Colleges of Education in Nigeria.

COEASU Suspends Strike

Read the full details of the COEASU Strike Suspension as reported:

Colleges of Education Lecturers (COEASU) Call off Strike

President of the union, Nuhu Ogirima, announced this on Wednesday at a briefing in Abuja after its expanded National Executive Council meeting.

According to Ogirima, the union suspended the strike following reassurances by the Federal Government to meet its major demands.

“The suspension is to enable government implement the agreements,” he said.

The COEASU president, however, said the union would reconvene in January 2019 to re-assess Federal Government’s commitment to the demands.

He said that the union would not hesitate to stay away from work again if government reneges on the agreement.

The latest news update on COEASU Strike as at today, Thursday, 6th December, 2018 is that the strike has been called off. Students of Colleges of Education in Nigeria should start preparing for resumption.

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