Professor Emmanuel Osodeke, the President of the Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU, has expressed hope that the lingering strike of the university lecturers would be come to an end soon with the intervention of the House of Representatives who had engaged President Buhari in Meeting union’s demand in some couple of days.
The union president, Osodeke revealed this after meeting with the Speaker of the House of Representatives, Femi Gbajabiamila and others on Monday.
While confirming the hope to resume soon, Osodeke said “Let’s put a beautiful end to this thing we have started, so that we have a university system we can be proud of.
“I also want to appeal that in the future, nobody should allow strike to linger. Strike shouldn’t go beyond two days. If the way the National Assembly had intervened had been done long ago, we wouldn’t be where we are today. We wouldn’t have stayed more than two or three days.
“Strike is all over the world, UK, US but they don’t allow it to last. We hope that by working together in the next few days, we can put an end to this imbroglio in our university system.”
The union’s lawyer, Femi Falana also assured that the ASUU union will call off the strike soon in some couple of days, not weeks.
Recalled ASUU had embarked on strike since February 14th of federal government failure to meet union’s demand
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