This is when universities will reopen, ASUU present condition to federal government

This is when universities will reopen, ASUU present condition to federal government

The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) has vowed to unleash its next plan if the federal government failed to meet its demands as contained in the agreements between the two sides in 2009.

ASUU president, Professor Biodun Ogunyemi, made this known during a Town and Gown meeting at the African Hall in the University of Ilorin, Kwara state.

Wothappen.com gathers that the meeting, which was alttended by parents, students union leaders and alumni of universities in the country, saw conversation lengthened down to the reopening of the universities.

Ogunyemi said ASUU had agreements with the federal government which since 2009 are yet to be addressed, let alone honoured.

According to him, schools cannot be reopened unless the government showed responsibility and do the needfuls on the agreements between the two parties.

“I think we should wait. When we get to that bridge, we will cross it. I can’t open our strategy here; whatever you do is about strategy; let the government refuse to negotiate, we will unfold our strategy then,” the don posited.

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