ASUU gives FG three-week ultimatum to address lingering demands or face strike action

Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) members have given the federal government a three-week deadline to meet their unmet demands or face another strike.

The Senior Staff Association of Universities and the Non-Academic Staff Union of Universities met today to discuss the next steps in the union’s fight against the federal government’s refusal to satisfy its requests.

Remember that the federal government and labor unions signed a memorandum of understanding last year, promising to meet demands such as payment of earned allowances, the implementation of the UTAS platform for university workers, and the payment of a revitalization fund for universities, among other things.

Speaking at the University of Abuja today November 15, the National President of the Union, Professor Emmanuel Osodeke, lamented the failure of the Federal Government to attend to the needs of the union.

“We are giving the Federal Government a three-week ultimatum, if after three weeks they don’t meet our demands, we will be going on strike. We believe we have tried enough by giving them enough time.”Osodeke said

Recall that the union had called off its nine-month old strike in December 2020.

The Federal government is yet to respond to this threat. 

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