ASUU strike latest news update today 25 August 2022

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There are reports that the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) is set to likely declare an indefinite strike during its upcoming National Executive Council (NEC) meeting over the inability of the Federal Government to meet its demands.

Unverified reports claim that none of the ASUU branches that have held congresses have voted to end the industrial action, noting that they have instead chosen to continue the rollover or go on strike indefinitely.

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Ejes Gist Newspaper reports that most of the union’s 123 branches have finished their congresses, and some are expected to wrap up today Thursday.

ASUU strike latest news update today 25 August 2022

Latest ASUU Strike update today August 23, 2022, is that the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) National Executive Council (NEC) will convene on Sunday, August 28, 2022, to determine whether to call off or continue the strike.

The offer provided by the Federal Government during their previous discussion will likely be taken into consideration by the striking professors during the make-or-break NEC meeting.

The meeting will take place at the union’s national headquarters at the University of Abuja, some NEC members’ sources told Punch.

The anticipated gathering follows rumours of claimed Federal Government plans to outlaw ASUU and bring it before the National Industrial Court due to strike activity.

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Depending on the state congresses of ASUU’s response.

According to one of the sources, the council would decide on the industrial action based on the information provided by the various state congresses.

The source said, “The NEC meeting will take place on August 28, and the four-week deadline we set will expire on that day. We’ll base our choices on the outcomes of the state congresses.

The outcome of the congresses must be taken into account by the NEC. The branch chairmen will also speak with their members and gather comments, which they will then relay to the NEC, once the zones have held their own congresses.

FG disputes intentions to ban ASUU.

In related news, the Federal Ministry of Education denied on Monday that it had any plans to outlaw ASUU, adding that it was aware of the rumours.

Ben Goong, the Federal Ministry of Education’s spokesman, charged that ASUU was being unreasonable for continuing its strike despite government involvement.

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We are not aware of such plans, Goong remarked. All of the updates were provided by the minister at his news conference with State House reporters. He would have made a note if there were any plans to take more action.

As for the following stages, the government has already established a committee to synchronise the IPPIS, UTAS, and UP3; this will guarantee that the government will pay with only one payment platform that will synchronise all the technical quirks.

“The administration has also announced its successes. In the previous ten years, N2.5 trillion has been spent on tertiary education, which is significantly higher than the sum specified in the 2009 agreement. Additionally, concerns regarding salary adjustments have been addressed.

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“If your demands are met to roughly 80% of your satisfaction, there is no reason to continue the strike. Given that the administration has made efforts to address the majority of the requests, it is unreasonable for the strike to continue indefinitely.

That is the latest Naija News Today on ASUU STRIKE update today 2022. 

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