Dec 4: FG Are Just Wasting Students Time- ASUU

Reacting to the latest development, the Chairman, ASUU, UNIBEN chapter, Emina-Monye, said ASUU members were not bothered about government’s latest strategy.

He said, “They can go ahead with that. We are not perturbed. Let them call the police; let them advertise vacant positions and see how many international scholars will want to accept what Nigerian University lecturers are taking- let them go ahead.”

Also, ASUU branch at the University of Uyo, UNIUYO Akwa Ibom State, said government’s directive was an attempt to waste students’ time.

The UNIUYO ASUU Chairman, Dr. Nwachukwu Anyim, said in Uyo on Friday that Nigeria was no longer in a military era and so lecturers could not be coerced by anybody to work against their wish. He said, We will see how they will come to our homes and force us to resume work.

“Only the Federal Government can tell the world what it has in mind. We have a shortfall of 60,000 lecturers in the University system. If they are advertising this one, it means they must have an idea of where they are going to put them, and they must be people who are going to work without equipment.”


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