ASUU Reacts to Court Ruling

National President of ASUU, Prof. Emmanuel Osodeke on Wednesday said the union will soon meet to deliberate on the order of the National Industrial Court asking ASUU to call off strike.

Recall that the National Industrial Court on Wednesday ordered ASUU to call off its ongoing strike.

Reacting to the ruling of the court ASUU President said, “When we meet and deliberate on the ruling and other related issues, we will inform you”.

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Meanwhile the National Association of Nigerian Students, NANS has described the ruling of the court that as a win-win situation for all the stakeholders in the matter.

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The National President of NANS, Comrade Usman Barambu, speaking with newsmen on Wednesday said the Federal Government must, however, not see the ruling as a victory over ASUU.

“It is a win-win situation for all, the government, the students, parents and ASUU. It is not that the court has given the government a kind of victory over ASUU or that the government has boxed ASUU to a corner.

“As students, we are happy about the development as it a sort of progress being made regarding how to resolve the face-off.

“We implore the government to meet the demands of ASUU, as the court said negotiation will continue while the matter is being heard before the court.

“Also, the government should not because of the fact that the matter is still before the court take the issue of negotiation with ASUU with levity. It is still a running matter.

“As students, we are happy that academic activities may soon resume in our university campuses,” he said.

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