ASUU moves to sanction university chapters over non-compliance with ongoing strike
The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) has moved against its members in some chapters who have failed to comply with its decision to continue with the strike, threatening to sanction them.
This follows a report that a few members of the lecturers’ union have pulled out of the ongoing industrial action to resume academic activities.
According to NAN, this was made known by the ASUU President, Professor Emmanuel Osodeke, during an interview on Monday in Abuja.
What the President of ASUU is saying
Osodeke said that ASUU will punish those who have pulled out from the ongoing strike the appropriate way.
He said, “We will ensure to query them and we will follow it up the appropriate way. We have even queried some of them in accordance with the union.’’
Osodeke also noted that since the last Tripartite Plus meeting called by the Chief of Staff to the President on the ongoing industrial action over a month ago, there has been no other meeting, adding that nothing concrete came out of the last meeting that was held at the villa.
He said, “We have not been called for any other meeting since that time and government did not offer us anything, they just ask us to meeting with the committee that was all.’’
He also said that the union will be meeting with government within the week.
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