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The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) has told the Federal Government that unless their demands are met, lecturers will refuse to return to their classrooms.
The union yesterday met with a renegotiation committee led by Professor Nimi Briggs to resolve its disagreement with the FG over the reopening of universities and allowing students to return to classes. However, Vanguard is reporting this morning that the negotiations have ended in stalemate.
According to Vanguard, the Union was disgruntled because the Federal Government only pleaded with them to return to their classrooms without making fresh offers. Union members then walked out of the meeting declaring that they would not call off the strike unless their demands were met.
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This is disheartening news for students across the country as it dashes their hopes of a quick return to academic pursuits. The union has been on strike since February 14, 2022, over issues ranging from insufficient funding of public universities to a payment platform for lecturers and unpaid salary contributions, as set out in a 2009 agreement it reached with the federal government.
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