Ngige said the government has made a proposal which ASUU will take back to their executives. He expressed optimism that all the issues will be resolved at their next meeting.
The Federal Government has expressed optimism striking lecturers may be back in classes any moment from now. This followed ...
The Federal Government has expressed optimism striking lecturers may be back in classes any moment from now.This followed an eight-hour meeting between ASUU leaders and the Federal Government, which ended on an amicable note.ADVERTISEMENTMinister of Labour and Employment, Dr Chris Ngige, told reporters the dialogue was fruitful.
Read Also:ASUU’s president, Prof. Biodun Ogunyemi agreed with him.Ngige said the government has made a proposal which ASUU will take back to their executives.The Minister explained that several issues were discussed in the Friday meeting, including salary shortfall, the payment system for lecturers and revitalisation of universities.Read more: The Nation Nigeria »
Which meeting again abeg Who we to believe now 😂 _BlackButcher screenshot and post make people understand English SenChrisNgige NigeriaGov NGRSenate Na 'may' again SenChrisNgige NigeriaGov NGRSenate Thunder fire all you guys way dey brings fake news say dey don resume from the minister to you media houses. I don search everywhere tired like this I no see anything like that. Shey na heaven dem call off the strike ni?
Laughing in Swahili Make dem do the meeting after Christmas abeg 🤣🤣🤣🤣 We don’t want long English. Let us see the word SUSPENDED You know all of you are high abi...weed peddlers Naso dem go dey add one one week b4 u knw we go spend 5years at home This people are clowns 🤡.. Shey they said they have agreed to resume academic activities.. Abi smoke weed
And when will be the next meeting? SenChrisNgige NigeriaGov NGRSenate Make we mouve SenChrisNgige NigeriaGov NGRSenate Wch 1 be all dis grammer una dey use Have dey call off d strike or not 🤣😂 Which one is next week meeting again Another meeting 🤣🤣🤣 Another one week delay SenChrisNgige NigeriaGov NGRSenate They're playing with nigerian students