Mr Chukwuemeka Nwajiuba, Minister of State for Education, has responded to the ASUU’s announcement of a two-month extension of its strike by saying that the government had met all of the union’s demands.
Nwajiuba stated that the Federal Government had met all of the union’s demands and that all earned allowances and revitalisation funds had been released.
“ASUU announced and we met, and we’ve done everything they’ve asked for, including earned allowances and the revitalisation fund; they may choose to extend it for another two months,” he said.
Ejes Gist had previously reported that ASUU had extended its one-month strike, which ended on March 14, for another two months after failing to reach an agreement on the outstanding 2009 ASUU/FG Agreement.
ASUU also accused the FG of working against the implementation of the UTAS, a payment platform created by ASUU to replace the IPPIS payment system.
That is all on FG reacts as ASUU extends its strike you can also read:Obaseki to Wike: PDP not your personal property — don’t be a bully
Nigerian Job [Apply Now]
- Nigerian Navy Recruitment 2022 Exercise for SSCE, OND, NCE Application Guidelines
- KDSG Teachers Recruitment of 10,000 Graduates : How to Apply, KDSG Jobs Login Portal, KDSG SUBEB News
- FBN General Insurance Graduate Trainee Massive Recruitment
- Access Bank Entry Level Recruitment & Internship Job Vacancies (4 Positions)