Showing posts with the label #ASUU Strike

Tensions As Scores Of PDP Members/Supporters Dump Party, Defect To APC In Bekwarra, Collapsed All Structures For Hon.(Prince) Edward I. Ajang, (VIDEOS)

Ahead of APC Campaign rally today in Bekwarra Local Gov’t Area, the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) has received scores of prominent opposition Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Members/Supporter’s in Bekwarra Local Government Area of Cross River State, including the ward chairman of Beten. The defectors  Mr. Mathew Oko, Peter Odama, Mrs Angela Oko, Godwin Achoda Bisong, Cecilia Odey, Samuel Okpodu, Ekunke Igbagri, others,   were received by Hon.(Prince) Edward Ajang, the Candidate of the party cum Member representing Bekwarra state constituency in the Cross River House of Assembly. Watch Videos ⬇️  The new APC members cited alleged injustice within PDP, as well as Governor Ayade’s developmental strides in Bekwarra. They also said that they joined APC sequel to the ”visible performances of Hon. Eddy the APC Legislator and other political appointees. They commended APC for fielding credible candidates for the 2023 General Elections.

BREAKING: ASUU finally ends 8-month-old strike

The Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU, today called off its industrial action. ASUU Chairman, Professor Biodun Ogunyemi disclosed this during a press briefing on Today, after the union’s ongoing negotiation with the Federal Government. Watch Video below ⬇️  View this post on Instagram A post shared by The Nation Newspaper (@thenationnewspaper) Recall that ASUU had been on strike for about nine months. The prolonged strike was due to government’s alleged delay in meeting the agreements reached with the union. ASUU had commenced the current strike since February 14th 2022. WATCH VIDEO  “We are going back to strive for our students to excel. We are returning to classes and appeal to parents to work with us for the revitalization of universities,” the ASUU Chairman said

BREAKING: ASUU To Suspend Strike Action On Thursday- Union Releases.

THE striking Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU, will convene emergency National Executive Council, NEC meeting on Thursday, to review recent developments, especially the positive response from the federal government to its demands. Preparatory to the meeting expected to take place at its headquarters in Abuja,the union has directed its zonal branches to collate the views of members through vote during the meetings expected to hold tomorrow in its various zones across the country. Read also:  Jubilation Everywhere As FG Finally Resolved With ASUU, Strike Is Over - ASUU Chair Declares. The outcome of the meeting would result in suspension of the strike on late Thursday or Friday morning. This came as report had emerge in the social media space earlier on Tuesday, claiming that the union had called off the almost 8-month old strike and subsequently directed members to resume academic activities on October 17.

ASUU Set To Call Off Strike, In Crucial Meeting Over Final Court Ruling.

Following the ruling by the Appeal Court, ordering the Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU, to suspend its 8-month-old strike with immediate effect, the union would be meeting on Sunday (today). Recall that the Appeal Court on Friday ordered the striking lecturers  to obey the earlier judgement by the National Industrial Court which ruled that the union must suspend its prolonged industrial action while negotiations continue. recalls that ASUU on February 14, this year, shut down public universities across the country while demanding for the full implementation of earlier agreements between it and the Federal Government. But following fruitless efforts by the government and other stakeholders to reach a truce with the aggrieved lecturers, the President Muhammadu Buhari-led government, on September 11, dragged ASUU to the National Industrial Court. The court, on September 24, ordered the union to return to classroom while negotiation with the Federal Government continues. Read al

ASUU loses again as Court Of Appeal orders it’s members to open varsities immediately

The Court of Appeal sitting in Abuja has ordered the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) to call off its ongoing strike action with immediate effect.  ASUU, who has been on strike since February 14, 2022, had dragged the federal government before the court after the National Industrial Court (NIC) ordered an end to its ongoing strike action. Read also:  Serious Tension As Militant Groups Released Video Threatening To Blow Up Oil Wells. Ruling on the appeal on Friday, October 7, the court said the only condition that the union’s request will be given effect is if its members ended the strike action immediately pending the determination of the substantive suit. The court gave ASUU seven days within which to file the appeal following the obedience of the ruling of the lower court.

Nobody will traumatise Nigeria again with union disorders, New ASUU Faction — CONUA Chair Declare.

  Share Chairman of the newly registered Congress of Nigerian University Academics (CONUA), a faction of the Academic Staff Union of Universities ( ASUU ) Dr Niyi Sunmonu has vowed the new body will ensure that Nigeria is not traumatised again by academic union dislocations in public universities. 00:00 / 03:03 Copy video url Play / Pause Mute / Unmute Report a problem Language Share Vidverto Player He spoke after the issuance of a certificate of registration to the new body by the Federal Government on Tuesday. Sunmonu, in a statement to newsmen in Osogbo, said the registration of the CONUA, as a trade union in the university system, is monumentally historic. He said the body crossed lots of hurdles since 2018 when the application was submitted, noting that the registration of the body is the validation of the power of the human will. RELATED POSTS BREAKING: 23 kidnapped Kaduna train victims rescued  Oct 5, 2022 PHOTOS: APC women shut down Owerri for Tinubu, Shettima  Oct 5, 2022 NABT