BREAKING: ASUU Suspends 8 Months Old Strike Conditionally, Reveals Resumption Date

After a six-hour meeting which commenced at 7pm yesterday, ASUU announced the suspension of its eight-month (February 14-October 14) old strike conditionally pending the recent agreement between the union and the federal government. The suspension of the strike followed the outcome of the previous meeting held with the Speaker of the House of Representatives, Femi Gbajabiamila, and other government representatives.

The decision to suspend the strike was taken at the end of the National Executive Council meeting, which was held at the ASUU secretariat in Abuja.

A member who pleaded for anonymity said the outcome was positive and the final decision was adopted based on how the branches voted. He also hinted that students have waited long enough and can return to class once again. 

Speaking through their verified Twitter handle, the union stated, “Congratulations Nigerian Students. The 8-Months Strike has been suspended conditionally. Universities are to reopen on Monday, October 17th, 2022.”

However, full details of the agreement between the union and the federal government that led to the suspension of the strike are expected in a press conference later today.

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Source: Official ASUU 

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