President of the union, Emmanuel Osodeke, made the clarification in a press release on Monday.
The Tutorial Workers Union of Universities has defined why it took the choice to increase its ongoing strike by eight weeks.
ASUU stated the reason being as a result of the Federal Authorities didn’t satisfactorily tackle all the problems raised within the 2020 FGN/ASUU Memorandum of Motion throughout the four-week warning strike.
President of the union, Emmanuel Osodeke, made this identified in a press release made accessible to The PUNCH on Monday.
Osodeke famous that the Nationwide Govt Council throughout their assembly on Sunday concluded that they might give the FG eight weeks to handle all the problems “in concrete phrases” in order that college students would resume.
The assertion partly learn, “NEC acknowledged the intervention efforts, in varied methods, by patriots and buddies of real nationwide growth (college students, mother and father, journalists, commerce union leaders, civil society activists and many others.) to expeditiously resolve the disaster which•Govemment’s disposition had allowed to fester.
“Nevertheless, ASUU, as a union of intellectuals, has historic obligations to make governments honour agreements.
“NEC, having taken studies on the engagements of the Trustees and Principal Officers with the Authorities, concluded that Authorities had didn’t satisfactorily tackle all the problems raised within the 2020 FGN/ASUU Memorandum of Motion throughout the four-week roll-over strike interval and resolved that the strike be rolled over for an additional eight weeks to offer Authorities extra time to handle all the problems in concrete phrases in order that our college students will resume as quickly as attainable.
“The roll-over strike shall start by 12.Olam on Monday, 14th March 2022.”