FG/ASUU Meeting Ends, Jonathan Disagrees, Says Strike Must End Today!

The November 4th meeting between the Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU and the President started first with the Senate president David Mark. In his statement, he introduced that he was asked by the president to meet with ASUU as the intervention was to sort out problems that has long kept our student out of school.

He continued by saying that the FG have begged ASUU to go back to school while they (the government) sort out the problems amicably.

One of the ASUU Members in the meeting told our correspondent while on break that members of the ASUU are not just lecturers but a government of their own and would not be intimidate by any body.

We are fighting for the future of our dear students and nation urging the federal government to implement the agreement that was signed since 2009.

It was still gathered that as meeting between the Senate president ended around 6.00 pm without conclusion the president himself broke in and is now in another closed door meeting with ASUU saying that the strike must end today.

Let’s wait and see what the final conclusion will look like.


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  1. Pls dey shud call off dis strike bcos I’m tired of stayin @ hom,I wan 2 go bck 2 skol.

  2. I will be very happy if the meeting ends in deadlock once again. I haven’t made enough cash yet. Thanks FG.

  3. We op for +ve outcome. Cos it s nt easy wen ar embarkng on sth and u get to a point wher u can neither move forward nor step back. Dt d positn we studnt ar in. We pray for total settlement, so dt both effect n d cause wil b treated in order to forstall future ocurrence.
    I submit

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