In this article, you will get to see what the Senate president said hours after ASUU agrees to call off strike. Just keep reading this article.
After a tough meeting which held yesterday between the Federal government and ASUU, the educational body has agreed to call off the strike and they are to be paid seventy billion naira. There has been jubilation everywhere by Nigerian students since yesterday. The strike has been for eight months now.
But hours after they agreed to call it off, the Senate president of Nigeria, Ahmed Ibrahim Lawan is delighted to receive the great news. In his speech on his social media account, he said he is happy that both parties has reached a middle ground and bring our schools back to life.
He said that both of them on the round table has yielded a positive results. He now emphasised that the government must put a permanent solution to the perennial issues of strikes in the country. He urged the government to make sure that their decisions are always implemented.
He also told the students that when they resume to school, they should face their studies and be serious.
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