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ASUU Strike: Updates Of FG’s Meeting With Lecturers Commence

ASUU Strike: Updates Of FG’s Meeting With Lecturers Commence

The Federal Government has insisted it supports the renegotiation of the welfare package for university workers in line with current realities. DAILY POST reports.

According to DAILY POST, Chris Ngige, the Minister of Labour and Employment said this during a meeting with members of the 2009 FG and university-based unions renegotiation committee yesterday. Information Guide Nigeria

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Ngige admitted the government was not pleased with the approach being used by the Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU, to pursue its demands.

ASUU embarked on a one-month warning strike on February 14 and extended it by another two months, over the alleged failure of the government to address their demands.

According to Ngige, “I am not Minister of Education. I cannot go to the Education Minister and dictate to him how to run his place. But I told ASUU that you should be bombarding them at the Federal Ministry of Education for this to be moved forward.

“There are many ways to do so. If you go to the labour act, there is something called picketing. You can picket. The strike is an ultimate thing. Picketing means that you can stay in the corridor, clapping or singing. Workers are permitted to do so”. jamb results

“But I am tired of every time there is a disagreement, it is a strike. And the bosses in the Federal Ministry of Education don’t feel the strike. It is the children and some of us parents that have our children in public schools.”

“Why won’t I support if ASUU and their unions now want a renegotiation of their conditions of service, which is the main thing in the proposal by the previous Committee.”

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Essien, Goodnews is a gruaduate of Communication Arts, University of Uyo, Uyo; Currently working at Infoguide Media as a news writer.

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