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ASUU: TUC Threatens To Embark On Nationwide Strike

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A emblem of the Alternate Union Congress of Nigeria.The Alternate Union Congress says it will embark on a harmony strike with the Academic Workers Union of Universities (ASUU) if the Federal Authorities doesn’t glean to the bottom of the lingering points with the lecturers internal two weeks.

ASUU is currently on a one-month warning strike because it negotiates with the authorities.

“Every thing wants to be executed to dispense with this deadlock internal two weeks, to avoid a predicament the build the Alternate Union Congress of Nigeria will embark on a harmony strike with the University Lecturers and their College students,” an announcement signed by TUC President, Comrade Quadri Olaleye mentioned.

“Authorities need to capture ASUU in positive negotiations to search out lasting resolution to their complaints with out further prolong.”

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The TUC furthermore condemned the behaviour of the Minister of Training, Adamu Adamu, in some unspecified time in the future of a gathering with the National Association of Nigerian College students on Monday.

The faculty students had accused the Minister of strolling out on them after voicing their grievances over the ongoing ASUU strike.

“We obtain it ridiculous that the Minister, a public officer, in preference to listen to their dilemma and try to intervene, walked out,” the TUC mentioned. “This act in our idea appears to be like discriminatory of some sorts, amidst discovering resolution to glean to the bottom of the Federal Authorities – ASUU deadlock, which requires to be redressed instantly.

“Mallam Adamu would maybe well quiet be reminded that aloof instruct is a elementary human correct, most especially for college students whose academic calendar continues to be distorted on fable of the a pair of recurring strikes, occasioned by governments non-honoring of agreements.

“We relish to stress unequivocally that we’re along with the University lecturers and their college students in this fight.”


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