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 Noble Youths Mass Support Association NYMSA an FCT youth group has called on the Academic Staff Union of Universities ASUU to obey the resumption order given by the National Industrial Court of Nigeria NICN in Abuja on Wednesday Mr Godwin Onmonya the National Coordinator of the group made the call while speaking with the News Agency of Nigeria in Gwagwalada FCT He said the strike was having negative impacts on students The union through its President Mr Emmanuel Osodeke had embarked on a nationwide warning strike since Feb 14 to press home its demands stressing that the action would continue until their demands were met Some of the lecturers demands were funding of the Revitalisation of Public Universities Earned Academic Allowances University Transparency Accountability Solution UTAS and promotion arrears Others are the renegotiation of the 2009 ASUU FG Agreement and alleged inconsistency in Integrated Personnel Payroll Information System The strike which entered its seventh month forced the Federal Government to institute a suit at the court to halt the strike and enable students to resume However students through the National Association of Nigeria Students NANS embarked on protests by blocking entrance to the International Airport Lagos threatening to block other major roads if the demands were not met by government The court granted the resumption order pending the determination of the substantive suit at the instance of the Minister of Labour and Employment pursuant to his powers on Labour Laws of the Federation Similarly Mr Luka Ayuba a parent in Gwagwalada Area Council whose child was studying veterinary medicine at the University of Abuja said that the strike had made his son shift focus to other things After each episode of strike the children are no more focused and they end up not graduating within the stipulated years My only pain is that the people in government are not feeling it because their own children are not in public schools but abroad or in private schools he said Meanwhile ASUU Zonal Coordinator Abuja Dr Salawu Lawal had earlier said there would be no resumption in public universities until the renegotiated 2009 agreement was signed implemented and the University Transparency and Accountability Solution UTAS deployed NewsSourceCredit NAN
Group, parents beg ASUU to obey court’s resumption order

1 Noble Youths Mass Support Association (NYMSA), an FCT youth group, has called on the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) to obey the resumption order given by the National Industrial Court of Nigeria (NICN) in Abuja on Wednesday.

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2 Mr Godwin Onmonya, the National Coordinator of the group, made the call while speaking with the News Agency of Nigeria in Gwagwalada, FCT.

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3 He said the strike was having negative impacts on students.

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4 The union, through its President, Mr Emmanuel Osodeke, had embarked on a nationwide warning strike since Feb. 14 to press home its demands, stressing that the action would continue until their demands were met.

5 Some of the lecturers demands were funding of the Revitalisation of Public Universities, Earned Academic Allowances, University Transparency Accountability Solution (UTAS) and promotion arrears.

6 Others are the renegotiation of the 2009 ASUU-FG Agreement and alleged inconsistency in Integrated Personnel Payroll Information System.

7 The strike, which entered its seventh month, forced the Federal  Government  to institute a suit at the court to halt the strike and enable students to resume.

8 However, students through the National Association of Nigeria Students (NANS), embarked on protests by blocking entrance to the International Airport Lagos, threatening to block other major roads, if the demands were not met by government.

9 The court granted the resumption order, pending the determination of the substantive suit, at the instance of the Minister of Labour and Employment, pursuant to his powers on Labour Laws of the Federation.

10 Similarly, Mr Luka Ayuba, a parent in Gwagwalada Area Council, whose child was studying veterinary medicine at the University of Abuja, said that the strike had made his son shift focus to other things.
 

11 “After each episode of strike, the children are no more focused and they end up not graduating within the stipulated years.

12 “My only pain is that the people in government are not feeling it because their own children are not in public schools but abroad or in private schools,” he said.

13 Meanwhile, ASUU Zonal Coordinator, Abuja, Dr Salawu Lawal, had earlier said there would be no resumption in public universities until the renegotiated 2009 agreement was signed, implemented and the University Transparency and Accountability Solution (UTAS) deployed.

NewsSourceCredit: NAN

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