Buhari’s government famous for reneging on arrangements- ASUU

Buhari's government famous for reneging on arrangements- ASUU

Buhari's government famous for reneging on arrangements- ASUU

 

Scholastically Staff Union of Universities ASUU, has said the Muhammadu Buhari-drove Federal Government was infamous for pulling back on its previous concurrence with the scholarly association.

ASUU likewise communicated question that the Federal Government has the will and ability to end the emergency among it and the association, it was not genuine to add that the public authority.

The Port Harcourt Zonal Coordinator of ASUU, Stanley Ogoun, in a proclamation in Port Harcourt, weekend, noticed that the Federal Government’s supposed relinquishment of draft revised 2009 FGN-ASUU Agreement confirms the uncertainty with respect to the Federal Government’s obligation to finishing the ongoing strike.

Ogoun said the association was constrained into the current strike on February 14, 2022, in light of the refusal of the FG to respect the particulars of the understanding, Memorandum of Action, MoA, which prompted the contingent suspension of the last strike in December 2020.

He expressed that the provisions of the 2009 FGN-ASUU Agreement, renegotiation of the arrangement has been expected beginning around (quite a while back), yet that it required the association quite a while of purposeful endeavors to carry Federal Government to the renegotiation table in 2017 with Dr. Rib Babalakin as the head of the Federal Government’s group.

Ogoun said the Federal Government was not intrigued by aggregate dealing, adding that it was awful and unfortunate that the Minister of Education, Mallam Adamu, whose incompetence prompted and delayed this avoidable strike couldn’t find proactive ways to forestall the strike.

He said: “Envision the degree of underhandedness by the priest. A guarantee to satisfy requests in a political race year? We didn’t set out protesting for north of a half year equipped towards further developing our state funded colleges just to return with simple promissory notes from an administration that is famous for reneging on arrangements. I’m certain Nigerians wouldn’t pardon us.”

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