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University students will return to the classroom soon



The Federal Authorities has mentioned that tertiary establishments which have been closed since February because of the lingering ASUU strike will quickly be reopened due to the Federal authorities’s dedication to resolving contending points with the university-based unions.


Talking after the Federal Govt Council (FEC) assembly presided over by President Buhari on the Council Chambers of the Presidential Villa, Abuja, Minister of Labour and Employment, Senator Chris Ngige, mentioned the tip of the strike is in sight.


The minister, who denied the allegation that the Federal Authorities was planning to create a distinct cost desk for the unions, mentioned the federal government had summoned all of the related businesses, together with the Nationwide Data Improvement Company (NITDA), to transient it on the success up to now recording in resolving the contentious points that led to the continued strike by the unions.


Ngige, whereas talking, mentioned the Federal authorities is enthusiastic about seeing the scholars going again to high school.


He mentioned the assembly of Thursday is anticipated to have a look at the progress report by the related our bodies dealing with the disaster together with NITDA on how far it has gone with the integrity check on the College Transparency and Accountability System (UTAS) which was proposed as a substitute platform by ASUU and the College Peculiar Personnel and Payroll System (U3PS) proposed by SSANU and NASU.

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