Monday, January 6, 2014

UNIJOS ASUU: We Won’t Resume Activities Yet

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Bedeviled by internal crises, the University of Jos may still have many more hurdles to cross in spite of the suspension of the six-month old strike embarked upon by the national body of the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU).

Unijos chapter of the union, in a statement Sunday, said its members would not resume academic activities until all its entitled members are paid their full earned allowances from what has been so far released the university by the federal government.

The university had announced Monday  as its resumption day.
The press statement signed by
Dr. David Jangkam, branch chairman of ASUU, explained that shortly after the commencement of the nation-wide strike by the union’s national body, the branch wrote and intimated the administration of the university of seven local issues that agitate the minds of its members and the need for the administration to use the strike period to address them.

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