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The Academic Staff Union of Universities extended its ongoing strike by eight weeks as the Federal Government has failed to satisfactorily address all the issues raised in the 2020 FGN/ASUU Memorandum of Action within the four-week warning strike.
President of the union, Emmanuel Osodeke, made this known in a statement on Monday.
Osodeke noted that the National Executive Council during their meeting on Sunday concluded that they would give the Federal Government eight weeks to address all the issues “in concrete terms” so that students would resume.
Meanwhile, the Academic Staff Union of Universities met with the management of the National Information Technology Development Agency on Monday over the deployment of the University Transparency Accountability System for the Payment of university lecturers.
The National President of the union, Professor Emmanuel Osodeke, disclosed this in an interview with journalists in Abuja.
Recall that ASUU in a press statement released on Sunday had accused the Director-General of NITDA, Kashifu Inuwa and the Minister of Communications and Digital Economy, Isa Pantami of deliberately trying to mislead the public on the report of the integrity test conducted on UTAS.
Inuwa during a press briefing with state house correspondents last week had said that UTAS had failed the integrity test.
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