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COEASU Strike Continues Until FG Meets Demands – UNION

The latest news update on COEASU Strike as at 9th July, 2014 is that the Union has vowed to continue the ongoing strike until the Federal Government meet their demands.

COEASU Strike Latest News Update – July, 2014

Read the full details as reported by the Nigerian Voice: The Colleges of Education Academic Staff Union (COEASU) has vowed to continue with its ongoing nationwide strike until the Federal Government meet its demands. The strike has entered the seventh week yesterday.

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The union took the decision according to its leadership because the Federal Government has not taken any concrete step to answer its prayers.

Arising from its recent National Executive Council (NEC) meeting held at the Federal College of Education (Special) Oyo, the union said all its discussions with the Federal Government since the commencement of the indefinite strike on December 18 had failed to yield positive results. Outside the national officers of the union, 53 chapters’ chairmen and secretaries of the union nationwide also attended the meeting.

Accusing the Federal Government of insincerity over the whole issue, the union urged it to desist from playing politics with education, which it describes as bedrock for development.


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