FCT, Abuja – The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) has mentioned that it intends to end its more than three-month strike if fully positive conditions are met through qualifications from the Federal Government, the Guardian newspaper reports.
According to Prof. Osedeke, the ASUU agitation is generating a lot of interest among Nigerian students in the university colleges in the one of a kind belief that they have a conducive and conducive learning environment.
Speaking at the programme, the ASUU president referred to neighboring international places like Ghana and South Africa, which he said had a more effective training machine than Nigeria.
He then reiterated that if an agreement is reached and the provisions are signed, ASUU will end the strike. Prior to the current development, ASUU was engaged in a heated battle with the federal authorities for refusing to honor the contract it signed with the union in 2009.
The agreement consists of a number of wishes, one of which is the preferred use of the UTAS toll platform as a replacement for the federally recommended IPPIS. Others embody salary evaluation, allowances, infrastructure renewal and specific proposals in universities and many others.
Reports indicates that the ASUU administration cited that the federal authorities accept the University Transparency and Accountability Expenditure (UTAS) platform and furthermore agree with the 2009 agreement.
This was earlier, as soon as reviewed with the useful resource of the USA, the huge President of ASUU, Prof. Emmanuel Osedeke on Monday, July 4, during an interview on Channels TV.
“Let the authorities inform us that they have inspected UTAS and sign the agreement, then the next day we will announce the end of the strike.
“We challenge the government if they sign the agreement? When will they take UTAS delivery? These are the two questions we must ask the Nigerian government.”