Wednesday said that it was making progress in discussions
with the Federal Government over its ongoing indefinite
This was made know to News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) by
ASUP President, Mr Chibuzor Asumogba.
In a telephone interview in Lagos, Mr Chibuzor Asumogba
said on when to suspend the strike would, solely depend on
the final outcome of the talks.
His words, â€œOur members are holding forth; we are making
progress with our discussion with the Federal Government
and the talks still continueâ€.
You migh want to know, the Academic Staff Union of
Polytechnics (ASUP) recently embarked on a strike as they
claim Federal Government is not honest about fulfilling the
promises made to them.
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but you and I know that it only takes a miracle for a quick
resumption...not even media and political parties pay any attention
to this so as to urge to fg to quick action only channels tv
elaborates on it... Has it now become a crime to attend a
polythenic? All fingers are not equal so also all brains aren't
thesame...our times are different and the so called universities ain
Nigeria today cannot accomodate 1/3 of the graduating students
yearly...so what do we do when our options are being cut off and
little years ought to spend in higher institution are prolonged...I use
this medium to plead that the F.G should yield to their request so
we may resume classes
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