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ASUU Issues Federal Government Three-Week Ultimatum

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ASUU Issues Federal Government three-week Ultimatum

The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) has issued a three-week ultimatum to address all issues from the December 2020 agreement. The ultimatum is part of the resolution which was reached at the National Executive council meeting of ASUU held in Abuja.

The announcement was made on Monday by the ASUU president, Prof. Emmanuel Osodeke, while he was addressing reporters in Abuja. “In another few weeks, it will be one year since our union patriotically suspended the nine month strike action occasioned by the Federal Government’s refusal to implement the 2009 agreement and the several MOU and MOA.” He said.

Due to the failure of the Federal Government to implement the Memorandum of Action signed with ASUU which followed a suspension of the last industrial action, the president warned that ASUU might be forced to embark on another nationwide strike.

The president stated that all issues including unpaid academic earned allowances, revitalisation fund, and others have not been addressed almost a year after an agreement was reached with the Federal Government. He said that virtually all the items on the MOA have not been implemented.

The ultimatum is part of the resolution which was reached at the National Executive council meeting of ASUU held in Abuja.

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