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ASUU Urges Members to Carter for Themselves

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ASUU Urges Members to Carter for Themselves as there was no breakthrough between the Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU and the Federal Government in calling off the eight months old strike which started in the month of April.

As a result, ASUU has urged its members to begin to look for alternative sources of income as there will continue until the Federal Government pay the salary it owed for the month of February.

The strike begun during the lockdown period and students have been frustrated by the lack of commitment from the Federal Government to call off the strike, and they have so far spent roughly eight months at home.

ASUU urge members to look for alternative sources of income

ASUU Urges Members to Carter for Themselves

ASSU released a statement to its members through the Abuja Zone which reads in part:

“Today, we wish to let Nigerians especially our students and parents know that there is no hope in sight to ending or suspending the ASUU strike that has lingered for several months as Government is yet to show serious commitment towards addressing our core demands.

“Our members have been advised to seek other legitimate means of survival as the Government has not released salaries withheld since February, 2020.”

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Abudulrasheed Mubarak is a freelance content creator. He starting his writing career in 2011. He is a graduate of Auchi Polytechnic, Auchi in Urban and Regional Planning.

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