This asuu strike is getting very dirty, i mean, the people who are suppose to make this strike strong are pulling out, and soon enough, others will certainly follow!
Firstly, it was ESUT who pulled out to commence their semester exams, you can read more about that here: esut resumes for semester exams
According to information we received, the Ebonyi State University, Abakaliki, had on Monday, pulled out of the ongoing asuu strike embarked on by the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU).
We were also informed that the academic institution management board (authorities) took the decision following the failure of the ASUU National Executive Council which met in Kano at the weekend to put to an end to the strike.
According to a statement which was issued by the academic institution’s Registrar, Mr. Sam Egwu, said academic activities will resume in all the university campuses on Tuesday.
The statement said, “Having waited patiently for Federal Government and ASUU to resolve the impasse occasioned by the over four months strike embarked upon by the union to no avail, the management of EBSU on Monday, November 26 resolved to reopen the school.
“We therefore inform all concerned that teaching and learning will begin fully on Tuesday, 26th, November, 2013. This is to enable us cover what we have lost to the strike.”
Please do share with your friends or anyone who is currently studying in EBSU!