Breaking: ASUU announces suspension of nation wide strike

- Academic Staff Union of Nigerian
Universities has officially suspended its
- The union announced the suspension
after it held a meeting with the federal
government delegation
The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) on Monday,
September 18, announced a conditional suspension of its strike
action, The Punch reports.
CLickedWap gathered that ASUU President, Prof Biodun
Ogunyemi, announced this in Abuja late on Monday night, after
concluding the final meeting with the federal government delegation.
The delegation was led by the minister of labour and employment,
Chris Ngige.
According to Premium Times, ASUU said it was suspending the
strike till October for the federal government to fulfill its pledges,
ASUU also ordered lecturers to resume duty from Tuesday,
September 19.
A memorandum of understanding was signed with the federal
government delegation at the meeting.
CLickedWap had earlier reported that ASUU embarked on an
indefinite strike after an extensive deliberation at its meeting held at
the University of Abuja.
Consequently, the union has directed all members against going to
teach or involving themselves in any academic activity, Premium
Times reports.

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