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NEWSPAPER HEADLINE THE PUNCH NLC backs ASUU as varsity teaches begin indefinite strike Govt still negotiating with ASUU – Ministry The Academic Staff Union of Universities has commenced a nationwide indefinite strike to protest against the failure of the Federal Government to implement the terms of the agreement reached between the union and the government….”
Uju Nobei
August 15, 2017 5:53 pm

NEWSPAPER HEADLINE

THE PUNCH

NLC backs ASUU as varsity teaches begin indefinite strike

  • Govt still negotiating with ASUU – Ministry

The Academic Staff Union of Universities has commenced a nationwide indefinite strike to protest against the failure of the Federal Government to implement the terms of the agreement reached between the union and the government.

 

THE GAURDIAN

ASUU begins indefinite strike

  • NANS, others seek quick resolution of crisis

The Academic Staff Union has commenced an indefinite nationwide industrials action.

 

VANGUARD

Parents, student cry as ASUU grounds varsities

  • 40 federal, 44 sates varsities paralyzed; Unijos to comply
  • Education Minister still studying situation
  • We’re in solidarity with ASUU, but…- NANS

LAGOS – Academic programmes in all public universities in the country were, yesterday, truncated, following an indefinite strike called by the Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU.

 

NIGERIAN TRIBUNE

Student worried as ASUU begins indefinite strike

  • Beg FG, ASUU to resolve problem
  • FG owing us N825bn – ASUU

SHOCK, disappointment and diverse other reactions greeted the Monday’s announcement by the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) to commence an indefinite nationwide strike.

 

NEW TELEGRAPH

Buhari, Jonathan at war over economy, corruption

  • President: You should be ashamed of your govt
  • GEJ: Corruption worse under your watch

President Muhammadu Buhari has declared that he inherited a nearly collapsed economy from the administration of former President Goodluck Jonathan.

 

DAILY SUN

Nigeria’s oil doom

  • Buhari earns $58bn in 27 months to Jonathan’s $454bn in 6 years

NIGERIA’S earning from oil production and sales in the 27 months President Muhammadu Buhari has been in office is far less than that the previous government led by the ex-president  Goodluck Jonathan earned in one year, Daily Sun can authoritatively reveal.

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