Monday, November 11, 2013

Meeting Updates: ASUU votes to end Strike

ASUU Meeting Updates:

Branches of ASUU all over the country met today to discuss the new Federal Government offer and the National Executive Committee of ASUU will at its meeting on Wednesday night suspend the lingering ASUU strike to allow public university students to return to their classes as reports from the various local congresses of the union today has shown.


“It is at the meeting that the various branches will take position and communicate same to the national leadership Monday evening, then an emergency NEC meeting would be convened between Wednesday and Thursday.

“We have not been told of the venue, but we were told to prepare because it would take two days by road from my branch.”Universities that have so far voted for the suspension of the 4 month old strike are Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, Uthman Dan Fodio University Sokoto, Federal University of Technology MINNA, and the University of Lagos. Others are, the University of Calabar, Federal University of Technology Akure, and Ekiti State University.

Unfortunately, some universities also voted for the strike to continue. ASUU President said the National Executive committee will make a final decision after all its local branches around the country has voted for and against the proposal.

30 comments:

  1. Thank U̶̲̥̅̊ good Jesus

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  2. Kudos to Allah!!!

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  3. At last. Thank you Jesus Christ

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  4. Acknowledging that the ASUU Strike is finally coming to an end should be celebrated.

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  5. Its good to see that the meeting with the President accomplished something

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  6. A president who doesn't give in to blackmail you should be proud. I meant ASUU president

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  7. Thank God. The coup attempt is over

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  8. So basically, ASUU has made the Nigerian government a laughing stock worldwide,

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  9. Alhamdulilahi robilaleimin i tank GOD 4 HIS GRACE

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  10. The trauma is over. Thank God.

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  11. Its a relief,I'm overwhelmed wit joy and ecstatic right nw..tank u Jesus

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  12. Finnally hope they woun't take it personally in the nerest future

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  13. Thank you Jesus....

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  14. lets not forget who caused this, President Goodluck Jonathan

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  15. Θøη'τ̲̅ get ΰя̩̥̊ hopes high

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  16. I'm proud of ASUU president for putting his big-boy pants on

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  17. It is good to finally see this 4months strike concluded

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  18. It saddens me that a whole country and its people paid a price once again for nothing! Bad government.

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    1. i hav'nt really noticed any bad govt infact president Goodluck is d best so far...kudos 4 u

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  19. New bumper sticker regarding the shutdown:

    "Honk if the ASUU Strike has harmed you!".

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  20. I hope this will take naija schools to another level..new infrastructures, and so many others

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  21. Unfortunately, some varsities voted that the strike should continue.... you can see the full lists of Universities who voted for the continuation of the strike here--> ASUU Strike Continues

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  22. Nigeria need to be better than this.

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  23. Breathe in … Breathe out

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  24. Everyone saw that the federal government were being stubborn but the president of ASUU stood up for his people. 2 0 0 9 agreement signed in 2013. What a shame

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  25. Hopefully they pay dearly for the next election

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  26. baba god we really thank u?

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