BREAKING NEWS: Nigerian Government Planning to Disband ASUU

 The current academic strike in Nigeria is a painful reality. And what is more painful than the strike is the fact that the Nigerian government does not care about the negative impacts of the strike.

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The Nigerian government is making moves to disband ASUU and set up an alternative body. This does not make sense in any way, but once again, this is Nigeria.

According to a reliable source in the Ministry of Labour and Employment, Chris Ngige, the Minister of Labour and Employment, will submit the Certificate of Registration to the new union today.

The source clarified that the government's action is a step in the process of deregistering ASUU, which has been on strike since February 17.

It was discovered that CONUA registration had been approved as a means of controlling ASUU's ongoing strikes, which frequently disrupt public colleges.

“The Minister, on behalf of the federal government will today present Certificate of Registration to the Congress of Nigerian University Academics (CONUA). With that, ASUU may cease to exist again in our universities,” the source said.

Since February 14, ASUU has been on strike to raise awareness of its demands, which include increased funding for universities, a review of lecturer compensation, and the method of paying salaries. I don't think the demands are too much, but I am worried that the government doesn't care about Nigerian students.

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