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Saturday, February 2, 2019

Assu Vs Federal Government: Outcome of February 1 Meeting Between Assu and the Federal Government of Nigeria.

Assu Vs Federal Government: Outcome of February 1 Meeting Between Assu and the Federal Government of Nigeria.

outcome of january 1 meeting between assu and fg
Chris Ngige talking to news men

The Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU and the Federal Government of Nigeria,
held an emergency meeting yesterday,  February 1 2019.

The meeting was geared towards ending the ongoing strike action by the union and was held at the Ministry of Labour and Employment, Abuja behind closed doors. 

This is the ninth time
the union will be meeting the Federal Government delegates at the negotiation table to resolve the
industrial action which has been on for almost three months. The meeting started few minutes to 12 noon and ended at 3:15 pm.

The national president of the union, Biodun Ogunyemi, declined making any comment concerning the outcome of the meeting. According to him, he will only communicate the outcome of the meeting to journalists after he must have communicated with other members of the union.


According to him, ”we have another set of information for our members and we will like to hear from them before saying anything.
He however, disclosed that the meeting has been adjourned till next week Thursday.
On the other hand, the minister of labour and employment, Chris Ngige after the meeting said all the demands of the unions have been met.
Ngige further stated that the Government will not be able to afford the N50 Billion Naira ASUU is demanding as part of commitment towards the revitalisation of public universities; however, the FG has offered something reasonable which ASUU is taking back to her members.
However, both parties refused to give any specific details of the discussions that ensued in the meeting.

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