UNILAG UPDATE: NASU Suspends its four month old Strike

UNILAG UPDATE: NASU Suspends its four month old Strike

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UNILAG UPDATE: NASU Suspends its four month old Strike

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The Non Academic Staff Union (NASU), yesterday suspended its participation in the four months old national industrial action, embarked upon since December 4th, 2017. Addressing newsmen at the end of their congress meeting in Abuja, the Chairman of the University’s branch of SSANU, Malam Hassan Shallangwa noted that there were positive signs from the part of the government which might eventually lead to the final negotiation of the issues that led to the action in the first place, hence the resolution of the branch to suspend their action. He said: ’’The strike has lingered for too long but by the grace of God, we have come to the end of the road. So far, there is a good negotiation that has been taking place. It has been intensified by the government that is why they have been making effort to see that everything is being settle. ‘’I assure all of you that we have fought the good fight. Our effort will not be in vain. You will see our effort very soon by the special grace of God. In view of that, the happenings in our campus which we all testify, our children have been suffering since they resumed this session. You can see that most of the things in the university have totally collapsed. ‘’We are sure of getting 8billion naira, so in view of this we briefed our members that we have fought a good fight and didn’t just go back like that but with this development, we have to put our heads together and take a stands. The strike which started on the 4th Dec, 2018, is eventually suspended effective today to allow for full resolution of the matter The last time we went for meeting at the national level, we were not recognized, but now we are fully recognized,” he added. Recall that the agreement which led to the suspension of the strike was signed by the Minister of Labour and Employment, Chris Ngige; Minister of State for Education, Prof. Anthony Anwukah; President of the Senior Staff Association of Nigerian Universities (SSANU), Comrade Samson Ugokwe; President of the National Association Academic Technologists (NAAT), Sani Suleiman and General Secretary of Non Academic Staff Union (NASU), Peters Adeyemi.
 

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