Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU, has cried over non cost of salaries to members by the federal government, advising lecturers to right away search alternative means of survival.
This was because it vowed to press house its calls for till government bows, asking students and parents to not count on any possible resumption of universities soon.
The Abuja zone of the union at a press conference held Tuesday morning on the University of Abuja campus, accused the government of not exhibiting commitment in resolving the issues that necessitated the continuing industrial motion.
The union’s Abuja zonal coordinator, Prof. Theophilus Lagi, who learn the text of the press conference, insisted that members had been “relentlessly decided to proceed with the continuing strike till our demands are met.”
“At present, we want to let Nigerians particularly our students and fogeys know that there is no hope in sight to ending or suspending the ASUU strike that has lingerd for several months as Government is but to indicate severe dedication in direction of addressing our core calls for.
“Our members have been suggested to hunt different respectable technique of survival because the Authorities has not launched salaries withheld since February, 2020,” the textual content learn.
The union notably accused the Minister of Labour and Employment, Dr Chris Ngige of showing what it known as “disdain for Nigerian lecturers. ” One wants not be a psychologist to know the behaviour and up to date utterances of the Minister of Labour and Employment, Dr. Chris Ngige.
The Minister has clearly proven his disdain for Nigerian teachers and has did not play the position of an unbiased umpire in moderating the imbroglio.