The Tutorial Employees Union of Universities (ASUU) has enjoined Nigerians to prevail on the federal authorities to honour its settlement with the union.
ASUU Chairman, College of Ibadan, Professor Ayo Akinwole made the decision whereas addressing journalists on Tuesday.
Akinwole talking shortly after a congress of the union in Ibadan, appealed to Nigerians to prevail on the current administration led by President Muhammadu Buhari to implement the agreements reached with ASUU in 2009.
Flanked by different government members of the union, Akinwole mentioned it was now evident that the current administration was paying lip service to schooling on the detriment of youngsters of the poor.
The ASUU chairman defined that there will probably be no want for a strike if the federal government has been devoted.
He mentioned the union solely desires the federal government to be devoted.
“We want to inform you of the antics of the federal authorities. The federal government has not been fulfilling agreements since 2009.
“The federal government has been foot-dragging. The federal government is but to fulfil its agreements.
“We are actually telling the general public that the federal government is taking part in with a time bomb.
“We are actually calling on the folks to prevail on the Nigerian authorities to honour agreements with ASUU.
“If the federal government fulfils its agreements, there will probably be no want for a strike.
“What we’re saying is that the federal government needs to be devoted”. Supply: DailyPost