FG TO CONSIDER ASUU SPLINTER GROUP’S APPLICATION FOR TRADE UNION MEMBERSHIP

Written by on November 20, 2020

THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT ON THURSDAY DIRECTED A MINISTERIAL COMMITTEE TO REVIEW WITHIN FOUR WEEKS, THE APPLICATION FILED BY THE ACADEMIC STAFF UNION OF UNIVERSITIES (ASUU) SPLINTER GROUP, CONGRESS OF UNIVERSITY ACADEMICS (CONUA), FOR REGISTRATION AS A TRADE UNION.

THE MINISTER OF LABOUR AND EMPLOYMENT, DR. CHRIS NGIGE, GAVE THE DIRECTIVE WHEN HE GRANTED AUDIENCE TO THE CONUA DELEGATION LED BY ITS NATIONAL COORDINATOR, NIYI SUNMONU, IN HIS OFFICE IN ABUJA.

HE PROMISED TO LOOK INTO THE GROUP’S REQUEST FOR REGISTRATION AS A TRADE UNION.

IN HIS ADDRESS, SUNMONU LAMENTED THAT CONSTANT INDUSTRIAL ACTIONS HAD DONE MORE HARM TO THE NATION’S UNIVERSITY SYSTEM.

HE SAID THE VARSITY LECTURERS SHOULD HAVE EVALUATED THE EFFECT OF STRIKES ON NIGERIA’S INSTITUTIONS.


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