This Is A Question To Be Answer By All Nigerian Universities Students.
Many factors can be seen standing in the way of school resumption, even after the Academic Union of Univerties called-off the 9-month old strike in decber.
These factors includes:
- ASUU Strike – We are all aware that the Union have not yet been settle fully, as leactures arrears have not been paid and also salaries are still owed. Although it was confirmed in december, that the union reached an agreement with the Federal Government which lead to the decision of calling-off the nine month old strike by ASUU.
- COVID-19 – There are concerns about the rising in numbers of daily cases of coronavirus in Nigeria, and with the look of things, we can say that Federal Government Universities are not fully ready or funded to provide the neccessary materials for prevention protocols.
- Nasu/Ssanu Strike – The join Union of Nasu/Sanu are currently on strike to express their displeasure as Federal Governent reached agreement of shariing out of their proposed earned allowance
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