ASUU strike update: FG finally signs agreement with Union, classes to resume

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by Isi Esene

The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) has finally signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Federal Government after it was confirmed that the disputed N200 billion expected to be paid into the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) account has been paid.

The FG had before now given the Union an ultimatum to resume classes by Monday, December 9, or lose their jobs. The lecturers, however, called the government’s bluff, daring it to hand them their sack letters.

Both parties have reportedly signed the MoU today in Abuja indicating that the strike would be called off sooner rather than later.

There are indications that the strike may be called off next week when ASUU is expected to  present the MoU to its National Executive meeting, NEC.

Comments (4)

  1. Dis man fagge emm! Na only God wll save us we student from all dis him plans. coz its pop nd plain dat we nw knw his an agent of APC… But God pass dem all. And C! Come yea rain,comes thunder we most resume bac 2 school by 2014.imma sha Allah.

  2. The final ensure has come tto an end federal government has end with the ASUU but there is still one more case to solve which is ASUP

  3. ASUU and FG took the right decision, we pray 4 a bEtter Nigeria

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