ASUU reflected on strike over FG’s inability to actualize 2009 Agreement

By Chinedu Adonu

ENUGU—LEADERSHIP of Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU, Nsukka Zone has communicated disappointment with the proceeded with refusal of the Federal Government to actualize the arrangement it came to with the association since 2009.

The association likewise communicated terrify over what it alluded to as the disregard of the instruction part through undermining of the enthusiastic exertion of ASUU individuals across the nation.

Talking amid a press preparation in Enugu, the zonal organizer, ASUU-Nsukka zone, Dr. Igbana Ajir reviewed that the association had a far reaching transaction with the Federal Government on numerous issues that verged on financing of colleges, pay rates and remittances of scholarly staff.

As per him, “the association canceled its a month and a half across the nation strike after it had marked a Memorandum of Understanding with the Federal Government wherein it consented to actualize the 2009 assention.”

He nonetheless, lamented that the issues which were raised by the association have to a great extent stayed unaddressed after the strike, which means that the administration isn’t keen on tending to the spoil and rot in the Nigerian college framework.

“The association is at the last phase of conference with its individuals and it will be left with no other choice than to make encourage mechanical move if no move is made to execute the arrangement,” he said.

Source: about strike-over-fgs-inability to-execute 2009-understanding/


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