ASUU debunks news of suspending its eight months old strike

The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) has said that the news getting out and about that it has suspended its eight-month-old strike in Universities, is phony and ought to be ignored.

Web-based media was agog with news on Saturday, November 21 that the scholarly association had suspended its strike activity and will continue scholastic exercises the country over on Monday, November 23. The news was begun by a Twitter handle purportedly run by the affiliation.

A senior individual from the affiliation has anyway come out to expose the news, expressing that the affiliation doesn’t have a Twitter handle. As per the part, if the association needs to suspend the strike, it will be through a public interview and not by means of Twitter.

Review that last Friday November 20, the Federal government in its exchange meeting with the scholarly association, acknowledged the interest of the instructors to be absolved from the Integrated Payroll and Personnel Information System. The Federal government likewise consented to expand the Earned Allowances to college staff from N30 billion to N35b and the Revitalization Fund from N20b to N25b.

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