ASUU: Strike Continues As Meeting Held Between FG And Lecturers Ends In Deadlock

asuu2The Monday meeting between striking university lecturers and the federal government ended without a resolution of the crisis.

The meeting, which held at the office of the Secretary to the Government of the Federation, was attended by the Minister of Finance, Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala; Minister of Labour, Emeka Nwogwu; Minister of Education, Rukayyatu Rufai; and the Benue State Governor and head of the government’s delegation, Gabriel Suswam.

The lecturers’ union, ASUU, was led by the President of the union, Nasiru Fagge.

The meeting lasted for over four hours (from 3:p.m. to about 7:15p.m).

More details later…

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