ASUU Expects Monday Meeting With FG To Be Fruitful

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Hopes are high within the ranks of the Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU, as the union is set for a meeting with President Goodluck Jonathan tomorrow that the two parties will arrive at a mutually acceptable solution to the four months old strike which has paralysed the nation’s university education.

The union however expect the solution to be within the context of the implementation of the 2009 agreement, the 2012 MOU and the recommendations of the Needs Assessment Report, warning that any proposal by the Government would be based on a clear acceptance of a framework for the implementation of the 2009 agreement.

The union stated clearly that any imposition will not present a solution to the current crisis.

In a statement by Dr. Uzochukwu Onyebinama, Chairperson ASUU, Michael Okpara University of Agriculture, Umudike, Abia state, ASUU urged the President “to be guided by the principle of honouring agreements in the interest of justice and industrial harmony in the country”.

“As the National leadership of our union, the Academic Staff Union of Universities meet with his Excellency, President Goodluck Jonathan, tomorrow 4th November 2013 [tomorrow], we hope that the meeting will be a dialogue that will lead to a mutually acceptable fair and far reaching solution within the context of the implementation of the 2009 agreement, the 2012 MOU and the recommendations of the Needs Assessment Report.

“Any proposal by government should be based on a clear acceptance of a framework for the implementation of the 2009 agreement. Any imposition will not present a solution to the current crisis.

“We therefore call on the President and Commander- in- chief of the armed forces of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, Dr. Goodluck Jonathan to be guided by the principle of honouring agreements in the interest of justice and industrial harmony in the country”, the statement said.

7 COMMENTS

  1. Students pray that FGN will honour the agreement reached with the union, and not about forcefully opening the institutions without the unions ‘consent. SIMPLE

  2. well i do hope some how dat this ends this.. if did doesnt work, nigerian students shld support plan B cos it seems dat d only party interested in us is d FG

  3. well i do hope some how dat this ends this.. if dis doesnt work, nigerian students shld support plan B cos it seems dat d only party interested in us is d FG

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