#ASUU extends warning strike by additional two months as Negotiations with FG breaks down

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The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) has extended its warning strike for another two months.

The decision was taken at the union’s National Executive Council, NEC meeting held in Abuja last night.

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A member of the NEC who does not want to be quoted to avoid sanctions by the union, said a statement is currently being drafted by the leadership of ASUU and that as soon as it is ready, it will be distributed.

The source said: “Yes, we have extended the strike by eight weeks pending when the Nigerian government would find the university system worthy of the desired attention. A statement is currently being drafted to that effect. We will make it available soon.”



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