Breaking; ASUU calls off Strike

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According to Report The Academic Staff Union Of Universities on thursday As agreed to Call of the warning strike after ASUU_NEC met with the  Minister of Education Hon. Adamu Adamu.

See Report Below;

THE Academic Staff Union of Universities in Nigeria (ASUU) has suspended its Strike just as the Federal Government reiterated that it is committed to investing N1.3 trillion in public universities in the 2- 3 years, to transform the institutions.

The union announced the suspension of the strike in Minna, Niger State, after its National Executive Committee (NEC) agreed on new funding terms with the Federal Government.

The announcement comes with a huge relief to Nigerian university students who have been out of school since the strike,
ASUU NEC has, therefore, directed its branches nationwide to resume work immediately and urges the Federal Government to implement their December 11 resolutions.

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The supervising Minister of Education, Ml Adamu Adamu responding to the suspension of the strike by ASUU, said Federal Government will invest N1.3 trillion in public universities in the next six years.
He said that part of the fund would be used to revitalise infrastructure in public universities to transform them into international centers of excellence.

The minister restated the Federal Government’s commitment to the implementation of all the resolution reached with the ASUU.

According to him, President BUHARI administration, more than any other previous administrations, has invested heavily in the revival of basic and tertiary education in the country.

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