ASUU Strike: List of Universities Resuming Lectures on Monday, October 24

ASUU Strike: List of Universities Resuming Lectures on Monday, October 24

Following the call-off of the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU)'s eight-month strike on Friday, October 14, several Nigerian universities have announced their resumption dates.

While some resumed last week (Monday, October 17), many others are resuming on Monday, October 24.

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A student carries luggage across the main gate as students leave as directed by UNILAG authorities to halt the spread of Covid-19 on Campus on July 15, 2021. Photo: PIUS UTOMI EKPEI/AFP
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List of universities resuming lectures Monday, October 24:

  1. University of Nigeria, Nsukka (UNN)
  2. The Federal University of Technology, Akure (FUTA)
  3. Bayero University
  4. Alex Ekweme Federal University, Ndufu-Alike
  5. Federal University, Lokoja
  6. University of Lagos (UNILAG)
  7. The Federal University, Oye Ekiti (FUOYE)
  8. University of Abuja
  9. Sokoto State University

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Covenant University, a private varsity, is the third-best in the country and ranked between 601 and 800 globally.

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In another report, Usman Rimi, a Medicine and Surgery final-year student of Usmanu Danfodiyo University Sokoto, UDUS, who turned to a street food vendor due to the prolonged ASUU strike, has died.

After a successful food-selling business that he opened in the Diplomat area in Sokoto, Rimi died on Wednesday, October 12, following a brief sickness.

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Meanwhile, a few days after the ASUU ended its strike, fans and followers of Nigerian music star Rema stormed his verified account on Twitter to question him on when he would resume school.

Rema, who had gained admission to the University of Lagos (Unilag) in January to study Creative Arts, was yet to resume class owing to the strike action.

While many students like him kept their hopes high during the eight-month strike action, Rema used the opportunity to focus on his music career as he continued to shut down concerts outside the country.


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