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ASUU Divided Over Strike Suspension, Holds NEC Meeting

OAU, UNILAG, Others Announce Resumption Dates Over ASUU Strike

OAU, UNILAG, Others Announce Resumption Dates Over ASUU Strike

Some universities had earlier in the week made their announcements following the suspension of strike by the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) on Friday. The union said it suspended the strike to obey the ruling of the industrial court. The court had granted an injunction by the government to compel ASUU to CONTINUE–READING

Strike: Again, ASUU Rejects IPPIS, To Pursue Court Case

Again, ASUU Rejects IPPIS, To Pursue Court Case

At a meeting brokered by the Speaker of the House of Representatives, Femi Gbajabiamila, the Acting Accountant General of the Federation (AGF), Okolieaboh Sylva, said the adoption of more than one payment platform by the government will lead to additional costs, which the government cannot afford to CONTINUE–READING

ASUU: Federal Govt Begs NLC To Allow Registration Of CONUA, NAMDA

Federal Govt Begs NLC To Allow Registration Of CONUA, NAMDA

In response, NLC President, Ayuba Wabba demanded withdrawal of the letters issued on the grounds that their registration contravened the laws guiding trade unionism. But Ngige, in his reply, appealed to the NLC to allow the new bodies to exist in the spirit of Freedom of Association. The minister said the Trade Dispute Act 2004 gives him the CONTINUE–READING

FUTA, UNN Announce Resumption, Examination Dates Over ASUU Strike

A memo by UNN Registrar, A. N. Egbosionu, said returning students will resume on 22nd October for the continuation of the 2020/2021 academic session. The memo added that lectures resume on 24 October and examinations for the second semester of the academic session will begin on 7 November, two weeks after CONTINUE–READING

FUTA, UNN Announce Resumption, Examination Dates Over ASUU Strike