Academic Staff Union of University (ASUU) UNIVERSITY oF NIGERIA, NSUKKA (UNN)

[Official] FG Resumption Directive: UNN To Pull Out of ASUU Strike Immediately!


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We have already announced here on www.nigeriaschool.com.ng that The University of Nigeria, Nsukka are making arrangement to pull out of the ongoing ASUU strike and set to resume academic activities immediately.
We want to inform you that this is now OFFICIAL and if you missed the previous news, you can read it HERE

unn to pull out of asuu strike announce resumption date

This is in reaction to FG or Committee of Vice-chancellors’ directive that Universities in the Nation be re-opened even as ASUU Strike continues.

Below is the press released published by the school announcing the pull out:
UNIVERSITY OF NIGERIA, NSUKKA OFFICE OF THE REGISTRAR

Our Ref.:    UN/RC.124/S.1                                               28th November, 2013

PRESS RELEASE SUBJECT:  UNIVERSITY OF NIGERIA REOPENS FOR ACADEMIC ACTIVITIES

This is to inform the General Public, especially Students and Parents, that normal academic activities have resumed at the University of Nigeria.

Consequently, students who have outstanding examinations for the 2012/2013 session are advised to report to their respective Faculties/ Departments in both campuses of the University immediately.

A.I. Okonta, FIIA, FCAI
REGISTRAR

Please all students of The University of Nigeria, Nsukka (UNN) should therefore take note that they will resume academic activities on the 2nd of December, 2013.
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  • I will like to thank asuu 4 their commitments but since they ha succeeded wit de fg. I will now plead wit asuu president to call off strikes n make at conclusive agreement dat Nigeria universities students will nt encounters any industrial action. Tnx