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SCHOOL -  ASUU Continues Strike As FG Releases N163bn TETFUND
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The Federal Government says it has released N163 billion to the universities from the Tertiary Education Trust Fund but striking academics are stalling in calling off their strike.
Minister of Labour and Employment, Senator Chris Ngige, said this while addressing newsmen after a closed-door reconciliatory meeting with leaders of Academic Staff Union of Universities on Monday in Abuja.
Recall that the striking lecturers embarked on a strike on November 5, 2018, to press home their demands.
ASUU demands included some areas of understanding in the implementation of the Memorandum of Action agreed in 2017.
Some of these areas include shortfall in salaries of some Federal Universities workers and lecturers, earned allowances, revitalisation projects that were part of the 2009 agreement, among others.
According to Ngige, today, we (FG) have agreed to fund revitalisation.
Government has released about N163 billion from TETFund account to universities.
So, we have gotten some substantial agreement in most of the areas of the agreement.
Most of the issues have been resolved, so they are going to go back to their members and present governments offer to their council, he said

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(01-23-2019, 07:53 PM)Ab star Wrote:

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The Federal Government says it has released N163 billion to the universities from the Tertiary Education Trust Fund but striking academics are stalling in calling off their strike.
Minister of Labour and Employment, Senator Chris Ngige, said this while addressing newsmen after a closed-door reconciliatory meeting with leaders of Academic Staff Union of Universities on Monday in Abuja.
Recall that the striking lecturers embarked on a strike on November 5, 2018, to press home their demands.
ASUU demands included some areas of understanding in the implementation of the Memorandum of Action agreed in 2017.
Some of these areas include shortfall in salaries of some Federal Universities workers and lecturers, earned allowances, revitalisation projects that were part of the 2009 agreement, among others.
According to Ngige, today, we (FG) have agreed to fund revitalisation.
Government has released about N163 billion from TETFund account to universities.
So, we have gotten some substantial agreement in most of the areas of the agreement.
Most of the issues have been resolved, so they are going to go back to their members and present governments offer to their council, he said

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(01-23-2019, 07:53 PM)Ab star Wrote:

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The Federal Government says it has released N163 billion to the universities from the Tertiary Education Trust Fund but striking academics are stalling in calling off their strike.
Minister of Labour and Employment, Senator Chris Ngige, said this while addressing newsmen after a closed-door reconciliatory meeting with leaders of Academic Staff Union of Universities on Monday in Abuja.
Recall that the striking lecturers embarked on a strike on November 5, 2018, to press home their demands.
ASUU demands included some areas of understanding in the implementation of the Memorandum of Action agreed in 2017.
Some of these areas include shortfall in salaries of some Federal Universities workers and lecturers, earned allowances, revitalisation projects that were part of the 2009 agreement, among others.
According to Ngige, today, we (FG) have agreed to fund revitalisation.
Government has released about N163 billion from TETFund account to universities.
So, we have gotten some substantial agreement in most of the areas of the agreement.
Most of the issues have been resolved, so they are going to go back to their members and present governments offer to their council, he said

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