Chris Ngige Walks Out of ASUU & FG & House of Reps Negotiation Meeting

In a video footage obtained by Channels TV, the Minister of Labour and Former Anambra State Governor Chris Ngige was seen walking out of the negotiation meeting between the Academic Staff Union of the Universities (ASUU); Federal Government and the House of Representatives.

The meeting took a turn after the Minister of Labour called out the ASUU President Professor Victor Emmanuel Osodeke for allegedly asking the public to vote out the ruling party, All Progressive Congress (APC).

The ASUU President denied the claim and argued that Minister Chris Ngige was deliberately misquoting his words.

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Amidst the chaos and exchange of words, the minister excused himself and left the meeting which had Speaker of the House, Rep. Femi Gbajabiamila; the Accountant-general of the Federation Anamweke Nwabuoku, and the Director of Information Technology Infrastructure Solutions.

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