What Many Lecturers Will Do After Strike – ASUU President

By Tapre Timine
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The president of the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU), Professor Emmanuel Osodeke has alerted the extensive effects of the judgement of the National Industrial Court, which ordered lecturers to resume work.

Osodeke, speaking in an interview on Channels Television on Wednesday night foresaw that the outcome of the verdict would be “catastrophic.”

According to him, many public university lecturers would likely leave the country for greener pastures.

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Osedeke said;

Let me tell you the catastrophe of what has just happened. The last time this happened was during the military era.

” I can assure you, when this strike is over, a large number of our lecturers are going to migrate from this country. When you are using force to push your lecturers to class.

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“First of all, they said, ‘If we owe them, if we don’t pay them, they will come and beg us.’ Seven months, it didn’t work. Our members are still alive. And then, they went to court, you want to force them. It is a catastrophe.”

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