N34 Billion Released Is Not Part Of Our Demands – ASUU Tells FG

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The National President, Academic Staff Union of Universities, Prof. Emmanuel Osodeke, has said that the strike embarked by the union still continue. 
Osodeke made this known in an interview on Thursday in Ota.

He was reacting to the N34 billion released by the Federal Government for payment of minimum wage consequential adjustment.

He said the students were suffering for Nigeria’s future and education system.

The ASUU President said the students were not being punished but paying the price to ensure that Nigeria had a good education system.

“ASUU sympathises with them, and we believe that with what is going on, if we continue with the struggle, we will have an education system where Nigerian students will have the same lecture rooms with their foreign counterparts,” Osodeke said.

The ASUU President said there was no need to call off the strike when the federal government had not attended to their demands.

He, therefore, called on the Federal Government to do the needful as the N34 billion released was not part of their demands.

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