ASUU STRIKE UPDATES [90DJBASE]

ASUU STRIKE UPDATES [90DJBASE]
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ASUU STRIKE UPDATES

 

ASUU STRIKE UPDATES

The National Association of Nigerian Students ( NANS) has visited President Muhammadu Buhari in Abuja over the state of affairs in the country especially as it concerns the students.

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The  NANS President, Danielson Bamidele-Akpan, praised the administration’s efforts in tackling insurgency in the North-East.

NANS also sought urgent government intervention to end the ongoing strike by ASUU which has affected students across the country in no small way.

 

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President Buhari assured the members and Nigerian students at large that he would reach out to the leadership of ASUU with a view to resolving the issue and to ensure the strike is called off.

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In a related development, a member of the National Executive Committee of the Nigeria Labour Congress, Comrade Issa Aremu, has advised President Muhammadu Buhari to nip in the bud the planned nationwide protest slated for January 8, 2019 by the workers by sending the N30,000 minimum wage bill to the National Assembly for consideration.

 

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Aremu, who made the call on Thursday in Ilorin while hosting market men and women for the New Year, also urged the Senate President, Senator Bukola Saraki, to emulate his father, Dr Olusola Saraki, by ensuring the speedy passage of the bill.

The NLC is planning a nationwide march of workers to protest non-implementation of the new minimum wage for the workers by the Federal Government.

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Aremu said, “The strike is preventable if the President acts fast. I know his love for the poor, especially the market women. He should promptly send the executive bill to the National Assembly.”

He said the President should play his own part and leave the NLC with state governors who were not willing to pay the wage, adding, “We will make their states ungovernable because they are going against the spirit and the letter of the Nigerian Constitution on minimum wage.”

“It is in the Exclusive List; so those concerned governors should not truncate it.

NANS also sought urgent government intervention to end the ongoing strike by ASUU which has affected students across the country in no small way.

President Buhari assured the members and Nigerian students at large that he would reach out to the leadership of ASUU with a view to resolving the issue and to ensure the strike is called off.

The National Association of Nigerian Students ( NANS) has visited President Muhammadu Buhari in Abuja over the state of affairs in the country especially as it concerns the students.

The UI ASUU chairman urged Nigerians to continue to put pressure on government to do
the needful by investing more in funding education.

He said that private education was not an alternative to public schools and called on all Nigerians to support the strike to
salvage the university system in Nigeria.

ALSO

The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) on Thursday, declared that it would not
be distracted by the 2019 elections in its struggle to revitalise public universities.

The Chairman of the Independent National
Electoral Commission, (INEC) Prof. Yakub Mahmood, had said that the planned ASUU
strike might affect the 2019 general election.

The Chairman of ASUU, University of Ibadan (UI), Dr Deji Omole, spoke on Thursday in an
interview with newsmen in Ibadan.

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