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Academic activities grounded in Yobe varsity as ASUU commences strike




The Tutorial Workers Union of Universities (ASUU, Yobe State College Department, has commenced a two weeks warning strike over non-implementation of agreements earlier reached between the Union and state authorities.


The warning strike is coming at a time when the college’s college students have simply concluded their second semester examination.

DAILY POST learnt that the economic motion could negatively have an effect on some closing 12 months college students who’re nonetheless engaged on their initiatives.

The Department’s Chairperson, Barrister Mohammed Saje Jajere, who confirmed the graduation of the warning strike, mentioned ASUU nationwide delegates have arrived in Yobe State with a view to intervening on the problem.

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He mentioned a gathering is scheduled to be held later within the day between the union’s management and authorities representatives with a view to discover a widespread floor.

In keeping with him a few of their grievances embody: incapability by the federal government to pay members Earn Tutorial Allowances, (EAA), for 2020 in addition to analysis grants amongst others.

Recall that the Union had issued a discover of strike in a letter addressed to the College’s Vice Chancellor dated twenty fifth Might, 2021 which was signed by Jajere.

A part of the letter learn: “Sequel to the congress assembly held on twenty fifth Might, 2021, I want to inform you that, the congress has resolved and directed its members to embark on two weeks warning strike with impact from Tuesday eighth June, 2021 if its calls for as contained within the earlier decision dated 18th January 2021 and 18th February 2021 respectively aren’t attended to.”

Jajere promised to transient newsmen on the result of the assembly later within the day.

ASUU threatens warning strike in Yobe varsity

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