Academic Staff Union of University (ASUU)

NASU Reacts, plans solidarity strike if ASUU Strike is not called off!

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The ASUU lingering strike has not been called-off over 5 months now and the Federal Government has threaten to sack the Lecturers if they do not resume work on the 4th of December, 2013. but new threat is on now, the Non Academic Staff Union (NASU) said they will be going on a solidarity strike if The Federal Government do not implement the 2009 agreement.
The Non academic employees in the universities are warming up for industrial action as a fall out of the resolution of the ASUU strike.

The Non Academic Staff Union (NASU) took the decision during the delegates conference in Owerri. The communique was signed by Deputy President/Chairman of the Universities Trade Group, Comrade Sunday Adeyemi and the Deputy General Secretary, Comrade F.J Ajayi.

The union said it would go on strike the moment a negative action is directed at its members outside the original agreement reached in the 2009 Federal Government NASU agreement.

NASU also expressed worry that its 2009 agreement with the Federal Government was due for review since June, 2012, noting that the non-implementation of the full content of the FG/University based Union 2009 agreement is a political strategy aimed at mitigating early review of the agreement.

The Union urged President Goodluck Jonathan to put necessary machinery in motion to commence the upward review of the agreement within the next three months.

The Council in session also warned the Federal Government not to create more crisis it cannot manage in the process of resolving the ASUU strike, adding that some of its members, including NAAT and SSANU who were formerly members of the Interim Monitoring Committee set up by the Federal Government in October 23, 2013 to confirm the initial payment made to the Universities by the Federal Government, have been excluded.

The Union also sympathised with the family of the late Professor Festus Iyayi who it noted had been in the struggle for a positive change in the nation’s education.