The Academic Staff Union of Universities ASUU has said that it's commission would be having a meeting next week in order to decided whether it will go on an indefinite strike or not since the government has refused to grant it's demands. Professor Emmanuel Osodeke who is the national leader of the union made this known to the public in Abuja.
Do recall that ASUU had earlier given a deadline to the federal government to meet up with it's demand and accused the federal government of intentionally ignoring them. Some of the demand which ASUU gave to the government is the establishment of a new payment olatfrm which they called UTAS platform, the payment of salary arrears to it's workers and many others. The federal government on the other hand claimed that it was working tirelessly to make sure that their demands were granted. The national chairman of ASUU said that they have given the Government enough time so they will meet next week and decided the fate of Universities.
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