ASUU strike: Buhari govt postpones meeting with lecturers, give no reason

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The Nigerian government has postponed the negotiation meeting earlier scheduled with members of the Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU.

The postponement was announced by Chief Ngige, the Ministry of Labour and Employment, on Wednesday.

The meeting between the ASUU and the federal government was scheduled to hold on Wednesday, the 9th of December 2020.

However, no reason was given for the meeting’s postponement, and no new date was announced.

Deputy Director in the Ministry reads a statement by Charles Akpan: “The Meeting between ASUU and the Federal Government earlier scheduled for today (Wednesday) by 3 pm has been postponed. Thank you for your understanding.”

Recall that Senator Chris Ngige, the Minister of Labour and Employment, had claimed that ASUU agreed to call off the ongoing strike.

Academic Staff Union of Universities has been on strike for about nine months.

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