- Members of the Academic Staff Union of Universities have embarked on industrial action over Federal Government's failure to meet up with their demands
- The industrial action according to ASUU's leadership would commence on Monday, February 14, and last for one month
- ASUU's national president, Professor Emmanuel Osodeke, gave details of the strike action at a press briefing
The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) on Monday, February 14, announced its decision to embark on one-month industrial strike action.
The declaration was made by the national president of the union, Professor Emmanuel Osodeke, at a press briefing with journalists.
The Punch reports that Osodeke while speaking during the briefing said the industrial action embarked upon by ASUU would be a “comprehensive and total” strike.
It was also gathered that members of ASUU's national executive council (NEC) held a series of meetings starting from Saturday, February 12.
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The meeting which took place at the University of Lagos was titled NEC for NEC and focused on the sensitisation and mobilisation of lecturers and students of various universities ahead of the strike action.
The leadership of ASUU had earlier hinted that the purpose of the mobilisation is to intimate both lecturers, students of universities across the country on the reason for the planned industrial action.
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