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GENERAL, News & politics » ASUU Strike: FG Withdraws `No Work No Pay’ Threat

ASUU Strike: FG Withdraws `No Work No Pay’ Threat

By: in GENERAL,News & politicsDecember 3, 2018 106 Views

The Federal Authorities has withdrawn the latest menace to activate the ‘no work no pay coverage’ towards placing College academics. This was disclosed by the Nationwide President of the Educational Workers Union of Universities, ASUU, Prof. Biodun Ogunyemi, in a chat with Vanguard.

Ogunyemi additionally mentioned that the negotiation assembly between ASUU and the Federal Authorities would proceed on Monday, stressing that what the union was doing was to rescue the training sector from imminent collapse and to make sure that the kids of the poor get entry to high quality and inexpensive training.

The ASUU boss additionally mentioned that final Friday’s assembly between the 2 events didn’t yield a lot outcomes.

He mentioned:

“nicely, we have now confirmed that they’ve withdrawn that menace (no work no pay). So it seems the menace is just not there for now. However even when the menace is there, we’re ready for that as a result of for our members, no sacrifice is an excessive amount of to salvage Nigeria’s training.

Shortly earlier than our motion whereas the NLC (Nigeria Labour Congress) hullabaloo was occurring with federal authorities, they went to the Federal Govt Council that they have been activating that rule.”

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