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Thursday, 12 September 2013

ASUU strike finally called off

                                                                                ASUU STRIKE
           Congratulation to all university students, just about an hour ago ASUU chairman broke the announcement, which is considered a big one for all university student. After calling off the strike, the media went ahead to ask, if the federal government has met the demands of ASUU.

Out of dismay,the ASUU chairman shook his head and said,he was disappointed with the media more than he his to the FG,saying the media formed a deaf ear to the strike,that an average Nigeria does not know that universities are on strike,he went ahead to say when a student inform someone that his school has been on strike,they all would say,oh….we no even know,uhna done suffer.

After expressing his anger he went ahead to say,actually the Jonathan led government is doing nothing concerning our demands,even after a closed door meeting with the education minister,were the president said he has so many issues to deal with now than to start spending more money on the so called universities,but just after the meeting,the chairman of the newly formed party ACP called the chairman of ASUU to a meeting with ACN,CPC,AFGAN governor,who promised ASUU that they would give ear to ASUU demand and will do more,one of which every student will be given a bursary award which is to cover 50% of every student fee,that is,for spending 5 years in the universities,2 years fee would be paid by FG,and every student who graduates with first class,would stand a chance to do their master in Canada,while those with lower credit,n pass would continue their study in south African and Ghana respectively,also salary of VCs would be increased by 90%.After this meeting,the ASUU chairman called off the strike asking all student to resume at their various school on the first week of June 2015, that about 2 years time,of course after voting in ACP.

It is so sad that you sat down and read all these poo, that means you are as jobless as me. mehn go find work, this strike would last more than we thought.
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