Very funny was the reaction as ASUU disregards FG ''NO PAY,NO WORK'' threat

The threat by the Government to implement its ‘no-work, no-pay’ policy has been described as an ‘obsolete familiar threat’ that will not stop the ongoing strike by the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU).

ASUU in a press statement yesterday, titled, “ASUU: On Government’s Threat of No-Work, No-Pay”, signed by its chairman, University of Ibadan (UI) chapter, Dr Olusegun Ajiboye, said members of the union have resolved to pursue the strike to a logical conclusion.

The statement said ASUU members are using the action to defend the integrity of the university system in Nigeria and save it from universal mockery.

Dr Ajiboye said the minimum funding requirement for public universities this year is N500 billion and not N100 billion, as being bandied around by the Federal Government.
He warned that the union would resist anything short of N500 billion.
ASUU in a press statement yesterday, titled, “ASUU: On

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