We continue to receive different headlines from reliable source, and we have to keep all the readers of www.nigeriaschool.com.ng updated with the latest news on ASUU. Today we are told that the University of Nigeria, Nsukka has resume academic activities. If you are a student of UNN Nsukka, you might want to read the news here, not only did they resume school, lectures has also commence on some departments!
Also the Senate President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, Senator David Mark ask Lecturers to return to classroom, more on that Here.
Now the breaking news:
Asuu Strike Latest: Don’t Risk The Lives Of Your Children And Wards. Keep Them at home
If UNN has resume session and ASUU advice parents not to risk the lives of their wards/children, then know there is problem, the center is broken and cannot hold! Now i understand very well, when Chinua Achebe (the Author of Things Fall Apart) made this statement; Things fall apart and The Center cannot hold!
Disclaimer: The article below is culled from Punch Newspaper, and you can click on the link below to read the full news. we only published the excerpt here.
Don’t Risk The Lives Of Your Children And Wards. Keep Them at home
The Academic Staff Union of Universities on Sunday advised parents not to endanger the lives of their children and wards by sending them to their university campuses.
ASUU which also told its members not to sign attendance registers in their institutions, lashed out at the Federal Government for lack of consistency in its statements on the ongoing strike.
The Supervising Minister of Education, Mr. Nyesom Wike, had at a news conference in Abuja on Thursday, warned that any ASUU member that failed to resume on or before Wednesday would be sacked.
Wike also directed vice-chancellors to advertise vacancies (internal and external) in their institutions.
He told the vice-chancellors to open attendance registers for lecturers that resumed in their universities.
The Federal Government then directed the Inspector-General of Police, Alhaji Mohammed Abubakar, to deploy policemen in all the federal universities.
On Friday, President Goodluck Jonathan, who described the strike by the university teachers as a “subversive action,” added that ASUU had ceased to be a trade union.
But the Chairman, University of Ibadan chapter of ASUU, Dr. Segun Ajiboye, said parents should keep their children and wards at home as no academic activity would resume until the five-month-old strike was called off.
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Please Parents take note of this update, remember that the school provide maximum security to the Students to avoid violence and cult clashing among others. If they school withdraw this man-o-war, then kn ow the center cannot hold!
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