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ASUU: Universities will quickly reopen – Nigerian govt assures

Public universities in Nigeria will resume quickly after months of strike by the Tutorial Employees Union of Universities (ASUU).

The federal authorities gave the peace of mind on Wednesday.

Minister of Training, Adamu Adamu, spoke on the inauguration of the reconstituted authorities group on renegotiation of the 2009 settlement with ASUU.

Adamu famous that progress had been made in talks geared in direction of guaranteeing an finish to recurring points.

He decried the economic actions, which have affected the college circle over time.

“The federal authorities and related stakeholders, previously months, have been neck-deep in a number of conferences with the management of the Tutorial Employees Union of Universities (ASUU) and others, to resolve the excellent points that led to the present industrial motion in public universities.

“Though most of residual points had been a part of the great settlement reached with the earlier administration, I can report that important progress has, thus far, been recorded and there is a chance that our public universities, like their non-public counterparts, will quickly reopen for tutorial actions”, he hinted.

The minister urged everybody to play their half in efforts to revive confidence in college schooling.

The group, categorised into substantive members, advisers and observers, is led by Professor Emeritus Munzali Jibril.

The physique will suggest and prescribe quick, medium and long-term measures for the sustainable funding and administration of federal universities.

It’ll take one other have a look at the 2009 settlement and work with every union in direction of a workable and implementable settlement between each events.

The group will make another suggestions to make sure the practical implementation of future agreements, by all stakeholders.