ASUU has threatened to resume its suspended strike due to non-payment of salaries and alleged victimisation of its members.
With just a budgetary allocation of 5.6%, Nigeria is heavily under-investing in education.
ASUU has stated why it is concerned about the reopening of universities.
ASUU has stated that it cannot afford to toy with the health of students as no preparatory measures have been put in place to deal with...
The Federal Government has directed the Vice-Chancellors of universities to put on hold all academic activities in their schools.
After months of negotiations, ASUU has finally agreed to end its long strike action and return to the classrooms.
Senator Chris Ngige, has revealed that ASUU is expected to call off their strike action in January 2021.
The FG has insisted that it has fulfilled ASUU's demands even though the latter has refused to call off its strike action.
ASUU has denied media reports that the union agreed to call off its 8-month old strike action.
After months of negotiations, the Federal Government has agreed to exclude members of ASUU from the IPPIS.