Saturday, November 16, 2013

#CODED-ish News:: Schools Pull Out Of ASUU Strike To Resume On Monday[See Schools]

11:04 AM

Yesterday, we reported that Ibrahim Babangida University, Lappai, Niger State pulled out of the strike, announcing it academic activities resumption on Monday November 18th 2013, barely 24 hour later, another university has also pulled out of the strike before ASUU national body decides. An online report available to our reporter has it that the Enugu State University of Science and Technology, ESUT has directed all students to resume on Monday 18th November 2013. An announcement purportedly made via Coal City FM, Enugu.
These developments are emblems of crack in the union.
Make hay while sun shines. Undoubtedly, the 'hay time' for Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU to call off the industrial action that has paralysed academic activities in the public universities is now. Various groups, individual, parents, students and part of the union members have become uncomfortable with the unending strike, thereby urging the ASUU to suspend the strike in the wake of the latest efforts by President Goodluck Jonathan.
If ASUU is adamant, if the union turns deaf ear to calls to end the strike today. I will not be surprised if the union's authority is challenged by lower affiliates chapters as it's now in IBBU and ESUT.

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