It is the 155th day since the commencement of the indefinite strike action. Do you still feel like a student?

A five-day long meeting themed ‘Strengthening of security and safety in Nigerian schools for the achievement of education 2030 agenda’ is being held in Yola, Adamawa State with the Federal Government.

At one of the 81st JCCE Plenary Meeting held, the Federal Government stated that they are working to dissolve the current indefinite strike and eliminate possibilities of future ones arising.

Recall that: ASUU: Nigeria Labour Congress Announces Nationwide Protest

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Permanent Secretary of the Federal Ministry of Education, Andrew David Adejo emphasized that moves were being made so ASUU doesn’t have to on a strike in the future and made mention of the plans of the government to resolve the ongoing strike as soon as possible.

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 “As I speak, I can assure you that government isn’t asleep over our children not being in school. Issues being discussed are such that when perfected, ASUU will not have to ever go on strike again.”

Andrew David Adejo



Adejo also made it know that the College of Education Academic Staff Union (COASU) whose members have also been on strike, will soon have reason to return to work as their issues are being addressed and discussions have gone far.

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The Plenary Meeting of the Joint Consultative Committee in Education (JCCE) plenary meeting, which started on Monday, is scheduled to end on Friday.

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