Governors Promise to Intervene in ASUU Strike

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Some governors in the North have called on the federal government to look into the demands of ASUU with the ongoing strike by the union.
In an interview with newsmen Governor Abdullahi Sule of Nasarawa state says he will support the universities.

Also speaking, acting Governor of Zamfara state Hassan Muhammed calls for dialogue between the federal government and ASUU.

Deputy Governor of Kogi state Edward Onoja enjoins all governors to put more pressure on the federal government over the issue.

Written by: Helen Obih

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