ASUU Has Called Off Strike Today: Nigerian Lecturers Suspend Strike

asuu has called off strike today

December 16, 2013 – ASUU Has Called Off Strike Today: Happy Ending For Nigerian University Students & Lecturers

Nigerian University Lecturers Suspend Ongoing 2013 Strike

Homebound Nigerian higher institution students are now set to head back to school after ASUU (Academic Staff Union of Universities) called off its five month old strike today.

A panel has been set up by NANS (The National Association of Nigerian Students) to monitor the utilization of the 200 Billion Naira fund Nigerian FG gave to Universities as parts of its end strike deal.

asuu suspends strike today

Comrade Yinka Gbadebo, NANS President made this known today during a press briefing.

After a marathon meeting that took place at FUT(Federal University of Technology) in Minna, Niger state today, the 16th of December 2013, the Union arrived at the decision to suspend the strike.

More details will be made available in the upcoming days.

A big congrats to all the students.

13 thoughts on “ASUU Has Called Off Strike Today: Nigerian Lecturers Suspend Strike

  1. reduce ur gbedu and save for money..believe jan will be resumption date..holiday is over.may u marry ur books from now on

  2. D capricious nature of FG nd obstinate attitude of ASUU made 9ja university scurrilous. It wil superb nd incredible if we pass our exan ofcus dis made us d great Nigeria Student we are.

  3. This is not too good, i have xmas to jollificate in calabar and plans to hover new babes since my former hav goten maried due to strike. Please go back to strike for i dont no where i drop my books o. Babies am open for ur love.

  4. ASUU STRIKE
    it has be announce ASUU
    has end its six months old strike.
    Consequently, The Association of Nigerian
    Universities Students (ANUS) will embark
    on its strike immediately
    Our strike will not be suspended untill
    the following NEEDS are met:
    *HOSTEL/ACCOMMODATION FEE: our
    expired hostel/Accommodation fee must
    be paid by either ASUU or FG.
    *PREGNANCY: Most female students are
    about to put to bed, ASUU must vow to
    take responsibility of the unborn babies.
    *ALLOWANCES: Students get allowances
    from their parents if they are in school,
    they hav been denied this because of the
    strike. The five months allowance arrears
    must be paid.
    *TRANSPORT FARE: Our fare from home
    to school must be paid.
    *MEGABITE: Most students have wasted
    their meg going online for update about
    the strike, the money for meg must be
    paid.
    *EXPIRED BEVERAGES: Our expired
    beverages like milk, spag, milo, etc must
    be replaced with new ones.
    If our demands are not met, we will not
    resume.
    SIGNED:
    CEO Aizy Favy
    ANUS Spokesperson

  5. Normally,we all knw 1 day,they’ll call off d strike. Bt u as a student,r u ready? Bcuz 25th dec,u may ve a test or exam…

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