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ASUU to Begin Strike Next Week

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In a recent development, the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU), which falls under the umbrella of the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC), has declared its intention to begin a strike next week.

ASUU to Begin Strike Next Week

This decision comes in line with the NLC’s earlier announcement to initiate a nationwide strike starting from August 2nd, 2023.  

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ASUU represent the interests of university lecturers across Nigeria.

The impending strike is expected to have a significant impact on the country’s higher education system, potentially disrupting academic activities and affecting students’ progress.

ASUU’s support for NLC’s decision further strengthens the union’s stance and raises the stakes for a swift resolution.

Stay tuned for further updates on this developing story as ASUU, NLC, others and the government engage in negotiations to find a resolution and avert the impending strike.

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  1. Better.
    How can expenses increase x3 and income remains the same for decades?
    Sch fee from 40k to 180k without any paliative to cushion the shock?
    NLC should shutdown the country.
    We students will troop out and mull all activities and destroy what needs to be destroyed.

    • Does destroying people’s properties increase the minimum wage or reduce the school fees? Answer is no.

      Do not recourse to violence in a bid to press home your demands. That is double tragedy.

  2. Let ASUU and other university staff capitalise on this strike and get their withheld salary from the federal government.

  3. They should have the students interest at mind because we can’t stay at home after paying school fees and other dues just because govt didn’t settle
    How can we study one year course for two years or more

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  5. Please, there shouldn’t be another strike again. We beg the government. The school fees have been increased and we still hope and pray for reduction. They shouldn’t allow us to face another stay at home please.They should help us get our school fees reduced only. They shouldn’t make another strike happen please.


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