ASUU strike update: Ambrose Alli University vows to continue strike

by Oke Efagene



Unlike some federal universities in Nigeria that have already resumed academic activities, the lecturers at the Ambrose Alli University (AAU), Ekpoma, Edo State, have vowed to continue with the ongoing ASUU strike.

[READ: #ASUU update: University of Port Harcourt resumes December 9]

According to the lecturers, they will not call off the strike until ‘government do the right thing’.

The Nation reports:

The lecturers also called for the immediate sack of the Supervising Minister of Education,  Nyesom Wike over what they termed incompetence.

They said Wike lacked the intellectual capabilities and competence to handle the country’s education system.

They made their position known in a communiqué issued after an emergency meeting on Thursday.

The communiqué signed by the chairman and the Secretary of ASUU-AAU chapter, Prof. Fred Esumeh and Dr. S. Omoikhoje respectively described the ultimatum by the federal government as unfortunate and ill-conceived in a democratic rule.

Comments (4)

  1. Engr u see warrin dis yeye AAU Asuu chairman day purge for mouth??? Abi e day on kush…make dem nor call am off e go see shit wen e children day Landmark university e say make I day house

  2. I beg who gt pin mouth charger make dem give me dere.

  3. They ar very madt!!!!!! I skull in AAU Ekpoma there is no semester that they don't strike either skull fees increment or student riot or Lectures asking for more allowances..av spent 6yrs for in skull already for a 5yr course now they are saying they won't call off d strike!!!!! EKPOMA WILL BURN in my Engineers I trust!!!

  4. So, wat wil b d benefit of AAU in dis whole issue of strike?

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