The Chairman of the Ahmadu Bello University chapter of the union, Prof. Rabiu Nasiru, made the declaration at a news conference he addressed on Friday in Zaria, Kaduna State.
ASUU was on strike for nearly 10 months last year over the non-implementation of its demands by the federal government. It later suspended the industrial action and returned to the negotiation table with the government.
This was contained in a statement issued by the union’s Chairman, Dr. Samuel Shikaa in Jalingo.
Damilola Okunomo, President, Students Union Government, revealed this in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria.
The Chairperson, ASUU, Abubakar Tafawa Balewa University, Bauchi, Dr. Ibrahim Inuwa, stated this while speaking with select journalists at the Union’s Secretariat.
ASUU suspended a nine-month strike on December 24, 2020, but threatened in March to go back on strike over alleged victimisation of its members and non-payment of salaries of more than 10 months.
Dr. Lazarus Maigoro, Chairman, University of Jos chapter of the union, stated this in a statement on Saturday in Jos, Plateau State.
This they said would allow state governments exercise appropriate control over their workers.
The Chairman of ASUU in the university, Associate Prof. Lazarus Maigoro, stated this in a notice of withdrawal issued on Wednesday in Jos.
The executive council of ASUU would however spend a maximum of four years.
The ASUU Chairperson, Dr Peter Adamu gave the directive in a circular to the members of the union, issued in Kaduna on Monday.
The ASUU Chairperson, Dr. Peter Adamu, gave the directive in a circular to members of the union, issued in Kaduna on Monday.
News media organisations that were daring enough reported the public appearances of these patriots that occupied campuses across the country.
Last Friday, the Council announced the immediate closure of the university and proscription of the staff unions over protracted labour disputes.
The university authorities have also instructed the students to vacate the campus without delay.
The union in a release jointly signed by its Chairperson, Dr Biodun Olaniran and Secretary, Dr Toyin Abegunrin, after its congress on Monday, said the state government did not follow due process in its action.
I am sure that statement was made in error. His critics charged that the statement was overbearing and disdainful. We are told everyday that no knowledge is lost.
The chairman, University of Ibadan branch of ASUU, Prof. Ayo Akinwole, in a statement on Sunday asked Nigerians to blame the Federal Government if universities are shut down again.
The vice chancellor, who made the pronouncement in a statement signed by the university’s Public Relations Officer, John Agam, said the Senate of the university had approved the 2019/2020 academic calendar.
The News Agency of Nigeria correspondent, who monitored activities in various locations at the campus on Tuesday, reports that restaurants, salons, printing and photocopy shops were opened for business.