Strike: We’ve Lost Confidence In FG – ASUU

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The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) yesterday declared that following the Federal Government’s inability to resolve the lingering crisis in the nation’s universities, it had lost faith in government.

This was the position of the chairman of ASUU, University of Benin (UNIBEN) chapter, Comrade Anthony Monye-Emina, who spoke in Benin, the Edo State capital.

He insisted that the strike must go on to achieve its desired results just as he expressed the union’s loss of confidence in the Federal Government’s sincerity to meet the terms of the agreement it entered into willingly with ASUU.

He said one of the reasons why they are insisting that their demands must be met is because the government initially denied the existence of the 2009 agreement which was signed by its officials.

“We can no longer trust government; we have lost faith in its willingness to deliver on the issues that led to the strike in the first place,” he said.

-Daily Trust

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  1. If they Have lost confidence in the government doesn’t that a sign they shud look for an alternative way of dialogue rather than suffering poor students

  2. ow wuld a country go on strike 4 four month,it’s nt encouragin @ all,as it is nw, fg is nt ready 2 implement anytin n it cannot b forced on dem,d more u guys force dem,d more dey bcom adamant,wat assu is demandin 4 is nt sometin dat cn b implemented in a day,”Rome was nt built in a day” d vice president laid a new offer which is very ok,assu shuld go n start wif d resources on ground,bcos even if dere demand was met as expected,d universities il still remain d same way dey av always been,d money il definitely b squandered, so assu shuld jst leave evrytin 2 God n call off dis strike and leave fg 2 deir fate,pls 4 d sake of God.

  3. plsss asuu y cnt u tak wht d president gv u ad manage itt 4 sm tym ad call off the strike? we knw u r doin dix 4 our own good(student) bt it is bettr 2 do d ryt thn @ d ryt tym. dis strike u r doin, it is nt d ryt thn cox nottn goood hs been made. u r corrptn our knwlage. b4 wen u dnt demand 4 dis money we r doin ssomthn meanful, bt wht abt nnow? u stopd evrythn in d accadamic section. plsss tak wht is gvn 2 u ad manage it cox we nt dat d president ad d fg don’t tak us 4 nottn ( poor nigerians)

  4. Am already deprived of my service this year, so what’s the gain if ASUU retreat now. More grease to your elbow ASUU @ least my gerations will benefit from the struggle. Being puritanical in my predisposition I think GEJ is worse than Gen. Sani Abacha

  5. ASUU are very ‘stuborn’are they nt the same currupt Nigerians?most of them[ASUU officials]send their children overseas for better edu.why didn’t they send them within Nigeria?an atrocity of curruption.revelation cn take place if either ASUU or FEC is coerced.


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