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The Academic Staff Union of Universities in Nigeria have suspended its five-month old strike, the News Agency of Nigeria is reporting. The union announced the suspension of the strike in Minna, Niger state, after its National Executive Committee
A five-month strike by lecturers which closed all public universities in Nigeria has been called off after the government paid for refurbishments. Lecturers are returning to work because the government had deposited money into a development fund for
Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) that will end the over five-month-old face-off between both parties...Dr Nasir Fagge Isa disclosed that the agreement captured the main areas of the union's demands including the deposit of N200 billion in a
If you look at the Government's paper of 6 November, 2013, it states that the Federal Government shall provide N200billion in 2013...Introduction On Monday 4th November, 2013, the leadership of our Union had a meeting with a government team led by
This came as most members of the Academic Staff Union of Universities remained adamant and vowed to continue with the strike until their demands were met. Dr. Nasir Issa Fagge has also assured that once the government opens the bank account with N200
Kano, Abuja and Zaria The protracted dispute between the Federal Government and striking university lecturers took a new dimension yesterday when the Minister of Education issued a week's ultimatum to the teachers to resume work or be sacked. Mr.
Nigeria's government on Thursday stepped in to stop a long-running strike by university lecturers, ordering an immediate end to the dispute and vowing to sack teachers who refused to cooperate...The lecturers walked out in July over claims that the
The union's National Executive Council (NEC) is expected to hold a decisive meeting tomorrow to make its final position known...The Jos decision was taken at a referendum where 194 voted for the strike to be continued while 80 voted in favour of a
Nigeria public universities have been closed down over four months as a result of the Federal Government's inability to implement the agreement it entered into in 2010 with lecturers...Federal Government said the university lecturers downed tools
The herdsmen who gathered at the Miyetti Allah headquarters in Nasarawa expressed their unhappiness over the handling of the issue relating to lecturers' pay which has resulted in the unnecessary and endless stay-at-home of Nigerian students.