The Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU has stretched out their strike cutoff time to February over intercession by Nigerian Religious bodies.
As indicated by the body, they will hang tight till February for the result of the mediatory discussions between the national government and the strict body.
The 50-part Nigeria Inter-Religious Council (NIREC) which involves Sultan of Sokoto, Chairman of the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN), Bishop of the Catholic Diocese of Sokoto, among other Christian and Muslim pioneers, had in the previous weeks asked ASUU to permit them to intercede in the circumstance.
ASUU President, Prof. Emmanuel Osodake, while talking with THISDAY on Saturday said that the association had consented to stand by till February, adding that it has additionally presented its situation to NIREC which vowed to help intervene and resolve the issues.
“ASUU administration has consented to stand by till February to give NIREC and different partners adequate space to address the association’s complaints,” he said.
Osodeke had revealed that it considered endeavors by numerous devoted Nigerians both inside and outside the country to guarantee a neighborly goal of the question.
He, nonetheless, pledged that the association would oppose any endeavor to extort it and wreck its devoted battle for a useful college framework “by true promulgation established on posturing and morsel sharing”.
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