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ASUU Strike: NANS calls for speedy resolution

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 The National Association of Nigerian Students NANS has called for immediate resolution to the ongoing strike by the Academic Staff Union of Universities ASUU The newly elected President of NANS Umar Faruq Lawal made the call in Abuja while addressing journalists on the development of the strike Faruq Lawal called on ASUU to return to negotiation table and re open public universities across the country He also announced that the association would protest against the eight months old strike saying the labour crisis had brought untold hardship on the students parents and the economy of Nigerians The newly elected president of the National Association of Nigerian Students Umar Faruq Lawal with members of the association during a news conference on impasse The president also said that it introduced the Academic Reforms struggle in honour of one of NANS late officials to generate discourse on educational development in the country The only thing I will say is that ASUU and Federal Government should return to negotiation table and resolve all the issues amicably and reopen our campuses It s not the students that pay the salaries of the lecturers it s the Federal Government so we don t have capacity to advise government nor our lecturers we can only insist that both of them return to negotiation table he said Meanwhile the Senate President of NANS Adediwura Adeshina said the student leaders would hold a meeting to decide on the day to hold a protest In the next 24hrs the President of NANS will meet with legitimately elected SUG president of all campuses And we will take decision on the date we will storm the Federal Ministry of Education We are not going with thugs but students that have their I D cards he said NewsSourceCredit NAN
ASUU Strike: NANS calls for speedy resolution

1 The National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS) has called for immediate resolution to the ongoing strike by the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU).

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2 The newly elected President of NANS, Umar Faruq-Lawal, made the call in Abuja while addressing journalists on the development of the strike.

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3 Faruq-Lawal called on ASUU to return to negotiation table and re-open public universities across the country.

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4 He also announced that the association would protest against the  eight months old strike, saying the labour crisis had brought untold hardship on the students, parents and the economy of Nigerians.

5 The newly elected president of the National Association of Nigerian Students, Umar Faruq-Lawal with members of the association during a news conference on impasse.

6 The president also said that it introduced the ‘Academic Reforms struggle’ in honour of  one of NANS’ late officials to generate discourse on educational development in the country.

7 “The only thing I will say is that ASUU and Federal Government should return to negotiation table and resolve all the issues amicably and reopen our campuses.

8 “It’s not the students that pay the salaries of the lecturers ,it’s the Federal Government so we don’t have capacity to advise government nor our lecturers, we can only insist that both of them return to negotiation table,” he said.

9 Meanwhile, the Senate President of NANS, Adediwura Adeshina, said the student leaders would hold a meeting to decide on the day to hold a protest.

10 “In the next 24hrs, the President of NANS will meet with legitimately elected SUG president of all campuses.

11 ” And we will take decision on the date we will storm the Federal Ministry of Education.

12 ” We are not going with thugs but students that have their I.

13 D cards,” he said.

14 NewsSourceCredit: NAN

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