ASUU Strike, as ASUU Rejects Crowd funding platform to end strike


The president of the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU), Professor Emmanuel Osodeke, has rejected the N18 billion crowdfunding campaign organised by popular human rights activist Brekete Family.

Isah had earlier this month promised to donate N10 million to the cause and called on Nigerians to donate into a designated bank account.

He said he was open to volunteering to mediate between ASUU and the federal government.

Osedeke who was invited yesterday morning with his team to explain to Nigerians why the union is still on strike, rejected the campaign and opted to distance himself and the union from it.

Brekete Family had set up a special intervention bank account domiciled in TAJ Bank to raise N18 billion for the union and also publicly showed N50 million cash donated by Udom Emmanuel, the governor of Akwa Ibom State.

"The Brekete ASUU intervention has been suspended.  The account will be closed and the money returned to those who donated,” it said.


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