March 1, 2024
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Lecturers at Nigerian universities, ASUU, extend their strike by 4 weeks after it has lasted more than 5 months.

Additionally, ASUU charged that President Muhammadu Buhari’s administration was unresponsive to its requests.

 

In order to give the government more time to respond to all of its requests, the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) announced that it had prolonged its current industrial action by an additional four weeks.

 

Additionally, ASUU charged that President Muhammadu Buhari’s administration was unresponsive to its requests.

 

The strike of university lecturers began on February 14 and lasted for one month. It was prolonged when it came to an end.

The union again extended its strike for a further 12 weeks in May.

 

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To allow the FGN more time to address the issues, the strike has been extended for a further 4 weeks, effective at midnight on Sunday, July 31st, 2022, according to a reliable source.

 

On February 14, the union’s members began a one-month strike in protest against the Nigerian government’s disregard for the many agreements it had made with it.

 

The release of funding for university revitalization, revision of the 2009 FGN/ASUU agreement, release of earned allowances for university professors, and implementation of the UTAS payment platform for university lecturers’ wages and allowances are all demands made by ASUU.

 

The union went ahead and declared an additional four weeks of industrial action after the initial twelve weeks rollover had ended, claiming that this would give the government more time to address its needs.

ASUU extend their strike by 4 weeks.

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