ASUU Reveals Not Signing Agreement with Federal Government

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The Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU, has revealed that no agreement was signed with the federal government before calling off its strike.

President of the Union, Emmanuel Osodeke, made the revelation in a meeting with the leadership of the House of Representatives.

Osodeke stated that the lecturers acted in good faith by calling off the strike without any written agreement.

Recall that the Appeal Court had affirmed the ruling of the National Industrial Court that asked the union to return to school.

Written by: Helen Obih

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