ASUU Strike In Nigeria
The National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS) on Friday, February 8, said that the only way the federal government can end strike permanently in the country is to do its own part of the deal it signed with ASUU recently.
In reaction to the recent suspension of the strike by ASUU, some Nigerian students regret returning to the stress of academic activities. Others fear that it might affect their celebration of the forthcoming Valentine's Day.
Signs that the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) will call off its over three-month-old industrial action came in the evening of Thursday, February 7, as the association has reached an agreement with the government.
Haka kuwa aka yi, kungiyar Malaman ta tubure ta cigaba da daka yajinta ba tare da kakkautawa ko sauraron kiraye kirayen da jama’a mata na ta janye yajin aikin ba, har sai bayan wata tattaunawa da tayi da wakilan gwamnatin tarayya
Muhimmai daga cikin bukatun gwamnatin akwai batun antaya makudan kudade ga harkar ilimi a matakin jami’a da nufin inganta tsarin ilimin jami’a tare da samar da nagartattun dalibai, sai kuma batun biyansu hakkokinsu na alawus alawu
Following the inability of stakeholders in the education sector to resolve the strike embarked upon by the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU), the association on Tuesday, February 5, conducted a nationwide referendum.