Strike: ASUU Gives FG Three Weeks Ultimatum Over Unfulfilled Demands

Strike: ASUU Gives FG Three Weeks Ultimatum Over Unfulfilled Demands

ASUU, (The Academic Staff Union of Universities) on Monday gave the Federal Government an ultimatum of three weeks over unfulfilled demands, aso Naija reports.

This is coming as the Senior Staff Association of Universities and the Non-Academic Staff Union ASUU) of Universities met today to deliberate next moves over the failure of the Federal Government to meet the union’s demands.

It was reported that the Federal Government had signed a memorandum of understanding with the unions last year and had promised to fulfill demands ranging from payment of earned allowances, introduction of the UTAS platform for University workers, payment of revitalization fund for Universities among others.

Speaking at the University of Abuja on Monday, the National President of ASUU, Professor Emmanuel Osodeke, lamented the failure of the Federal Government to attend to the needs of the union which has left them with no choice.

We are giving the Federal Government a three week ultimatum, if after three weeks they don’t meet our demands, we will be going on strike.

“We believe we have tried enough by giving them enough time.”

The Academic Staff Union of Universities is a Nigerian union of university academic staff, founded in 1978. Professor Victor Emmanuel Osodeke emerges as the body’s President on May 30, 2021, according to Information provided on Edustuff

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