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BREAKING: FG reaches agreement with ASUU





The meeting between the federal government and Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU, to resolve the ongoing strike action embarked upon by the universities teachers has ended on a good note.

The development signals end in sight to the six month old strike by the universities teachers.  According to #ASSU Updates on twitter, Wednesday morning, ASUU said: “Good News for Nigerian Students. An agreement has been reached.”

The union had met yesterday with Prof. Briggs’ renegotiation committee with a view to resolving its difference with FG towards reopening the universities, a meeting which was said to have ended in deadlock before the meeting which produced a resolution.

With this development, the Nigerian students may go back to classes soon.

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The union has been on strike for six months now, having begun the action on February 14,2022, over issues ranging from poor funding of public universities; lecturers’ payment platform to unpaid earned allowances as contained in the agreement it entered with the federal government in 2009.

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