ASUU Strike 2013 To Be Called Off Next Week??

A reliable source, who made this known, also hinted that the strike would be called off anytime next week.

Details of the Monday/ Tuesday marathon meeting between President Goodluck Jonathan and the leadership of Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU have begun to emerge.

Information gathered on Tuesday evening that a key component of the agreement reached by the parties was that the Federal Government would inject N1.1tn into public Universities in the next five years.

A reliable source, who made this known, also hinted that the ASUU strike 2013 would be called off anytime next week.

He said the government team which was led by President Goodluck Jonathan would release N220bn yearly into the sector beginning from 2014.

The source added, “The meeting should be the longest that we have ever had on this crisis but I can tell you that both parties were frank all through the discussions.

“The parties also showed commitment towards ending the crisis. The President in particular showed that he was serious about ending the ASUU strike 2013 and that was why he offered to release over N1tn to the universities in the next five years.

“The money will be released on a yearly basis at N220bn per annum beginning from 2014. For the outgoing year, the government will only release N100bn and this has been processed.”

He said that the government, in order to show its commitment to a fresh pact, accepted that “the fund(N1.1tn) should domiciled at the Central Bank of Nigeria”

“The money will be released on a quarterly basis to the Universities. So, there won’t be any problem about funding the deal,” the source said.

The National Universities Commission, NUC and the Trade Union Congress, according to him, will be the joint guarantors of the agreement while the Minister of education will be the implementation officer.

The source also said that the government agreed among other things, to revamp the public Universities by ensuring that all those issues that always led to ASUU strike 2013 were dealt with once and for all.

It was learnt that the negotiating team of ASUU led by Dr. Nassir Faggae met on Tuesday night to further deliberate on the deal.

Though the details of the meeting were not known as of 11.22pm on Tuesday, it was gathered that ASUU might call a National Executive Council meeting on or before Saturday where the deal would be tabled before all its branch executives.

Do You See The Union, ASUU accepting this offer and calling off the ASUU Strike 2013?

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Comments

  1. Adeara Emmanuel Oluwatimilehin says:

    I must confess this not solution o, when they know they will accept a new offer, why did they allow the prolong strike, they are intellectuals, how sure are they that Jonathan will stay in office for the next five years, and Sanusi too. No matter any negotiation they will deny it again then another strike will occur. Asuu you’ve come along way o, please we don’t want any skeletal resumption.

  2. Gabriel Gooddayg says:

    I pray they it off

  3. Oliver Sam says:

    Looking critically into the offer presented by the president to ASUU this time, there is no difference to what all the parties that have intervened in this matter have presented to ASUU so far. All are still promises just like the 2009 promise called agreement. And it is quite unfortunate that the same Mr president who is pledging of another 220billion yearly now was part of the presidential committee in 2009 being the vice president who promised this union and failed them. If what ASUU will call off the strike for is just a mere promise just like others, then ASUU is a big failure because if they would compromise their stand with just a promise without practically meeting their demands as demanded by them so far? Then why wasting students time all this time. They will become worthless and bunch of idiots if they compromise at this point when all has been destroyed already.

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