Latest On ASUU Strike 2011
There is no yet any clue on when the current ASUU strike is going to end. Two meetings so far have been held between the FG and ASUU without any concrete solution or even a compromise.
There has been no serious commitment from the government yet. A source craving anonymity said: “What the government is interested in is endless negotiations. Negotiations have been on over the years and we are talking now about non-implementation of agreement reached in 2009. So, I wonder what we should be negotiating. Well, any time they call us for a meeting, we will surely attend but we have not seen any seriousness yet.”
What ASUU wants now is for FG to meet their demands. I think they are fed up of compromises.
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