Alas, both the Federal government of Nigeria and the Academic Staff Union of Universities in Nigeria have reached an agreement to immediately suspend the three months old strike which has crippled the educational sector. Consequently, all Nigerian Universities are to resume academic activities with immediate effect. We say congratulations to all the feuding parties as per the strike and pray that they continue to embrace dialogue in resolving their differences whenever there’s conflict of interests. Thanks.
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It’s disheartening that the ASUU Strike which started on November 5th, 2018, before the Christmas celebration is still on. Most undergraduates are still at home praying that God should intervene so that the striking Lecturers can go back to the classroom. It’s unfortunate that this Strike is still ongoing regardless of the successful negotions that the Nigerian government and ASUU had recently. I believe that both parties should honour their terms of agreement to call off the strike immediately. Enough is enough for the wise. Both the Nigerian government and ASUU should borrow a leaf from the American President, Mr. Donald Trump who recently reached an agreement with the American Congress to end the unfortunate Government short down in America. I am using this medium to plead with the Federal government of Nigeria to quickly honour their terms of agreement with ASUU in order to end the unfortunate strike. Please your contribution to this discourse is most welcomed. Let’s encourage the Federal government of Nigeria to quickly honour their terms of agreement with ASUU. Thanks.
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