ASUU Strike May End In Two Days - Minister Of Education

ASUU Strike May End In Two Days - Minister Of Education

The Minister of Education, Mallam Adamu Adamu, yesterday said that the strike action embarked upon by the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU), may end in two days.

He disclosed this during an interview with newsmen. According to him, the present administration has a policy of engaging unions, including ASUU.

“I hope and believe that this would be a one or two days strike. We have a policy of engaging the unions, including ASUU and I think now we are very serious.

“This is the first time in two years that ASUU is declaring a strike,” Adamu said.

It was also learnt that the Minister also held a closed-door meeting with the leader of the Federal Government Renegotiation Team, Dr. B. O Babalakin (SAN).

Babalakin had in January, inaugurated the 16-member team to renegotiate the 2009 agreement between the FG and ASUU .

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Zarrk
5 months ago
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bilaudaud
5 months ago
myschool, you guys supposed to have placed my name on the topic, since I was the one that reported the news.
Tehmietorpeh93
5 months ago
I pray so
Amossity
5 months ago
e go shock una when una see say the 2days becomes 2years
CornelG
5 months ago
Please somebody with a gun should borrow me let me go and shut this moron for altering such kind of trash. Two days when is already getting to Five days and the worse one maself he said is under uncertainty!!! I told you before this is one you get when having an Arabic mallam as a minister of Education.
Louis Armstrong
5 months ago
No problem shey na 9ja we dey
mercyflex
5 months ago
Well, we pray so.
Too many negative comments here.Pathetic!
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5 months ago
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Grantosa
5 months ago
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*FG Lifts Ban On Post-utme Screening By Varsities*

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*The Federal Government has lifted the ban on the controversial examinations usually organised by universities in Nigeria for admission seekers after the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examinations (UTME).*

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*The Federal Government had last year ordered the scrapping of post-UTME for candidates.Speaking in an exclusive interview with The Guardian in Abuja yesterday, the Minister of Education, Malam Adamu Adamu, said universities could now organise post-UTME as a pre-condition to gaining admission into universities in the country.*

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*The minister, who however urged university authorities to make the fees for the screening affordable and not to impose huge financial burden on the parents, said: “We are going to allow universities to organise post-UTME if they want.*

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*“We have asked them not to impose huge financial burden on the parents. The burden should not be more than what they can bear.”Adamu said that the Federal Government had stopped the scrapping of the examination to fully understand what was going on in universities, adding: “We are now wiser.”*

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*The minister, who expressed confidence in the examination conducted by the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB), said the management of JAMB had remitted N5 billion to the Federal Government coffers, which happens to be the highest so far in the last 40 years of the board’s existence.*

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*He said: “Since JAMB was established more than 40 years ago, the total amount it has given government was N200 million, but in one year, Prof. Ishaq Oloyede has remitted N5 billion to government.*

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*“The new JAMB registrar has been correcting many anomalies in the board. Within a year, he has been able to stop all the untold things that were happening there*
Ozilian
5 months ago
plz myschool help dis out



I Heard dis morning Dat d minister of education hv scrapped d idea of no postutme.... dat utme shud b conducted if any school wish.... is it true??
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5 months ago
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