The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) said yesterday that it has lost faith in the ability of the Federal Government to resolve the lingering crisis in universities.
ASUU Chairman at the University of Benin Comrade Anthony Monye-Emina said in Benin that the strike must go on to achieve its desired results.
He said the union has lost faith in the Federal Government due to its insincerity over the agreement.
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.
Source: Daily Trust