Recall that the National Universities Commission (NUC) had earlier directed universities across the country to resume academic activities on Monday 18th of January, 2021. But due to the increase in coronavirus confirmed cases in the, the Minister of Education, Adamu Adamu has stated that the resumption of schools will be reviewed. According to Channel Televion, On Tuesday 12th of January, 2021 The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) released a new announcement on school resumption. Channel Televion reported
(Naija News and Google.) 1.) ASUU President Prof. Biodun Ogunyemi Takes A Bow From Office. The President of the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU), Professor Biodun Ogunyemi has completed his tenure in office and delivered his valedictory speech on Friday.
The news of the disagreement by the Academic Staff Union of Universities( ASUU) on the date of resumption of schools for academic activities released by some Vice-Chancellors of Universities in Nigeria spread like wide fire yesterday. Many students who saw the news felt disappointed, that ASUU wants to dash their hopes of going back to school on stone. Some students took to social media to express how they felt yesterday. Most students who expressed their disappointment at the union, said the union is lazy and
Yesterday the 11th of January 2021, the FG announced to the public that the earlier proposed school resumption across the country has been cancelled till further notice due to second wave of covid-19 ravaging the nation. When asked the national President of the Academy Staff Union of University, Prof. Biodun Ogunyemi concerning the cancellation, here is what he said Our concerns are rooted in the safety of our members. What happens to congested hostels, crowded classrooms? What flexible arrangements that are
As we all know that the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU), has put an end to its eleven months strike which has started in the country since February 2020. The strike caused a lot of confusion for all university students because they were unable to go to school in order to receive lecture due to the strike. The association started the strike after Federal Government failed to fulfil its promise by giving the association some money which meant for all universities lectures in the country. But after
The Federal Government has at last set out to proceed with the January 18, 2021 resumption date for schools cross country in spite of the pressing factor being mounted by certain associations, including the Academic Staff Union of Universities, against returning of schools in the midst of the second rush of the pandemic. The choice to hold the date, was taken after due discussions between the Ministry of Education and basic partners in the training area. The Minister of Education, Adamu, had during the press
The Joint Action Committee including the Non-Academic Staff Union of Universities and Senior Staff Association of Nigeria Universities, on Wednesday, through the President of SSANU Mohammed Ibrahim on Channels Television Sunrise Daily Programme, have come out to say that said the Unions might be forced to embark on strike if the Federal Government fails to meet their demands by Thursday the 14th of January 2021. The Unions started a three-day nationwide protest on Tuesday the 11th of January 2021 over the
The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) on Tuesday January 12, 2021, spoke on alternative learning, maintaining that Universities in Nigeria are not ready to re-open in the meantime. According to the union, it is difficult to return to classes in the middle of a second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic which has continuously ravaged the global community. The National President of the Union, Professor Biodun Ogunyemi, who made the position of the union, public, while responding to interview granted him on
It is no longer news that students of higher institutions have been out of school for 10 months now. This is as a result of the strike embarked by the Academic Staff Union Of Universities(ASUU). Although the strike was suspended in December, 2020, but schools are yet to reopen as the Union president, Professor Biodun Ogunyemi has declared that it is unsafe for students and lecturers to go back to schools amidst the rise in Covid19 cases in Nigeria. A young lady on Twitter, @rutie_xx, has taken to her Twitter
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God has anointed Tinubu as next President - Bishop General Overseer and Primate of Christ Revelation Church of God a.k.a Holy Promise, Bishop Ayodeji Ipinmoroti has said that God did not design Nigeria to disintegrate. (Photo Credit To Google) Bishop Ipinmoroti spoke during a sermon to commemorate the Children National Day wherein he unveiled his recent encounter with God that showed him former Lagos Governor Bola Tinubu will emerge next President
Federal Tertiary Institutions have been on 10 months industrial strike, however, the strike was suspended on December 2021, after their union ASUU reached an agreement with the Federal Government. The resumption date set for a continuation of Academic activities was 18 January, 2022, after the strike was suspended. Lately, the news emerged that the Academic Staff Union of Universities(ASUU) is not in agreement with Some certain university Vice-Chancellors over the resumption of schools on 18 January, 2022. ASUU
The Academic Union of Universities (ASUU) in a statement made this known to the Nigerian students that the Nigerian Universities may not resume any form of school activities due to the second wave of the deadly Covid-19 pandemic. Although the Nigerian Union of Lecturers called of it's strike recently after a long negotiation period with the Federal Government for a better and conducive working condition and environment. The strike left universities closed for some months, but after the Christmas holidays the
Professor Biodun Ogunyemi, the ASUU President has denied any claim the Union would soon embark on another strike.Source: Google Professor Ogunyemi said this in an interview with Tribune Online on Saturday, the 21st of March.
News reports have disclosed that the duo of the leadership of the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) and the Nigerian Federal Government have consented to intermittent review of the execution of the Memorandum of Action (MOA) appended by both parties.
As we all know, the first wave if the corona virus pandemic really dealt with our country Nigeria. However, many schools have reopened but some universities are yet to reopen on January 18th in regards to the directive given by the National Universities commission which instructed universities to resume academic activities on January 18th. Well, recently the Academic staff union of universities insisted that universities are not ready to reopen in this second wave of the corona virus pandemic. ASUU said that
The Academic staff union of universities (ASUU), after calling off the long-term strike has stated reasons why schools should not reopen yet. They have insisted that universities are not ready for resumption due to the recent outbreak of Corona virus across the country. After calling off the strike, the National University commission asked Universities across the country to resume on the 18th of January 2021. On seeing this and how the cases of the virus is increasing, the Academic staff union of universities
The Academic Staff Union of Universities has threatened to resume its suspended strike over non-payment of salaries and alleged victimisation of members.
The new leader of Nigeria university lecturers union has revealed how he wants to tackle issues that concerns the association. Emmanuel Osodeke just became the national president of Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU). "My goal is to reposition the Nigeria University to be able to compete with other university across the globe."
The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) has said that Nigerian Universities may not resume exercises amidst the second rush of Covid pandemic. The college lecturers association cancelled its strike as of late, after a since quite a while ago and has drawn exchange with government experts for a superior working condition. The strike went on for 9-months and academic activities were scheduled to resume on January 18. The most recent revelation by ASUU National President, Biodun Ogunyemi is possible