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The continuous strike activity by the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) has been stretched out by an additional two months. ASUU settled on the choice at a drawn out gathering of the National Executive Council (NEC) what began on Sunday and finished early Monday morning.

The NEC meeting was held at the association’s public secretariat at the University of Abuja. ASUU blamed the Nigerian government for harshness and hawking lies.
An individual from the NEC who would rather not be cited to keep away from sanctions by the association said an explanation is right now being drafted by the administration of ASUU and that when it is prepared, it will be dispersed.

The source said: “OK, we have expanded the strike by about two months forthcoming when the Nigerian government would track down the college framework deserving of the ideal consideration. An assertion is at present being drafted with that impact. We will make it accessible soon.”

In the interim, the Federal Ministry of Education has said it won’t go into concurrences with the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) under pressure. The service approached ASUU to cancel its strike “so we won’t have gunpoint arrangements and make guarantees that we can not satisfy.”

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