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Nasir Muhammed
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We can't meet ASUU's demand Now-Federal Government

We can't meet ASUU's demand Now-Federal Government
on November 05, 2018

We can't meet ASUU's demand Now

The Federal Government, on Monday, said it doesn’t have the financial power to meet the demands of the Academy Staff Union of Universities (ASUU).
The government accused the administration of late President Umaru Yar’Adua, of making bogus promises to the union during a period of oil boom.
ASUU has embarked on an indefinite strike to press home the implement of 2009 agreement with the government and other demands.
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Minister of Education, Malam Adamu Adamu, who addressed reporters at the headquarters of the Federal Ministry of Education, explained that the crash in the prices of oil globally had affected the economic fortunes of Nigeria.
This, he explained, had dire consequences on all sectors of the economy, including education.
The minister said: “I must say that this is difficult to reconcile with all the efforts and positive achievements we have been able to make.
“Let me begin by saying that the Issues necessitating this strike dates back to 2009 when the then government of late President Umaru Musa Yar Adua signed an agreement with the ASUU on funding of the federal universities in the country.
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