ASUU to embark on fresh indefinite strike


The Academic Staff Union of Universities on Friday expressed doubts Over the ability of the Federal Gouernment under the regime of the President, Muhammadu Buhari to resolve the lingering crisis in the education sector, particularly the universities.

The union said an indefinite strike will commence. The union described as "shameful" the continued defence of IPPIS by the Federal Gouernment despite reported fraud in it's implementation as indicated in the 2021 report submitted to the National Assembly by the Auditor General of the Federation.

In a statement on Friday, ASUU lamented the numerous past negotiations and agreements with the Federal Government on how to revamp the education sector but which the gouernment had shouwn no commitment to implement.

The statement signed by the Chaiman of ASUU, University of Jos branch, Dr Lazarus Maigoro, read, "In the last one year, our Union has been engaged with the federal gouernment and its officials over demands which, if met, would lift the standard of our battered tertiary institutions, especially the universities.

"The undisputed Crisis in our educational sector has met, as with other consequences nothing but the same response."


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