ASUU vows not to call off strike, says it’s not moved by NANS planned protest

The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) has vowed not to ends it’s one-month warning strike which began on February 14.


ASUU President, Professor Victor Emmanuel Osodeke, said this while speaking on Channels TV today, Feb. 28, saying the union will not back down on the strike as the Federal government has consistently failed to keep the promises made to the union over the years.


Osodeke said: “For the past nine years or so, they have been giving us promises but once the strike is over, they relapse. So, our colleagues are tired of these promises which they don’t fulfil. What we want are actions.”


The ASUU President also reacted to the planned protest by the National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS) saying the students have the right to protest what they believe is wrong, but explained that ASUU is not moved by the planned protest.

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