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Strike: Any Student That Resumes Is Wasting His Money & Time – ASUU Tackles IBBU

ASUU tackled IBBU over plans to resume the 2021/2022 second semester academic session amid strike.

The management of the Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida University (IBBU) in Lapai, Niger State, has pulled out of the ongoing strike by the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU).

Strike: Any Student That Resumes Is Wasting His Money & Time - ASUU Tackles IBBU

ASUU Tackle IBBU Over Class Resumumpostion

KanyiDaily recalls that ASUU had embarked on a warning strike since February 14, over the failure of the federal government to meet its demands.

Amid the strike, the government and the union have held a series of meetings, but no agreement has been reached by both sides on ending the strike.

On Tuesday, August 30, the management of IBBU directed its staff to pull out of the six-month-old ASSU strike and resume work on September 5 for the 2021/2022 second semester academic session.

The university in a statement by its Deputy Registrar, Information, Alhaji Baba Akote, said the decision to direct both academic and non-academic staff to resume was taken by the university’s Governing Council at its 55th regular meeting held yesterday.

“Students are please advised to heed to this special announcement in their own interest,” he said.

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But the chapter’s chairman of ASUU, Kudu Dangana, told Daily Trust that they had not suspended the strike and, therefore, would not succumb to the directive.

He said the letter of extension of the strike had already been served on the management and wondered why a statement for resumption was issued.

“Any student that resumes is wasting his money and time or he is coming to see the campus. We have not called off the strike,” he said.

Also, the chapter Chairman of the Senior Staff Association of Nigeria Universities (SSANU), and Chairman, Joint Action Committee (JAC), Adamu Isah, said the strike was still ongoing in the institution.

He said the council had ready set up a committee to negotiate the issues with unions and wondered why the management went behind to give the order for resumption.

KanyiDaily recalls that yesterday, ASUU converted its ongoing six-month-old strike to an indefinite industrial action after fruitless and unending negotiations with the government.

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