“Students Are Not Being Punished But Paying The Price For Good Educational System” – ASUU

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  • “Students Are Not Being Punishment But Paying The Price For Good Educational System” – ASUU

The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) through her President as stated that the ongoing strike isn’t a punishment to student but the price and sacrifice they are making to give Nigeria a good educational system.

The ASUU President, Emmanuel Osodeke who made this statement while sympathizing with students over long Asuu Strike.

He also added that the 34billion naira Federal Government intends sharing amongst them, Polytechnics and College of Education isn’t part of their demands, so therefore won’t put an end to their ongoing strike.

“ASUU sympathises with them, and we believe that with what is going on, if we continue with the struggle, we will have an education system where Nigerian students will have the same lecture rooms with their foreign counterparts,” Osodeke said.


Asuu Strike: FG Set To Disburse N34 Billion To Varsities, Polys & College To End Strike

Asuu Strike

Latest Update On Asuu Strike – At last, there might be a little hope for calling off ongoing strike among Varsities, Polytechnics and College of Education as the federal government of Nigeria has decided to share the whooping sum of N34 billion Naira amongst ongoing associations.

Minister, Chris Ngige made this know on Tuesday yesterday when he said that they intend sharing the Money accordingly to the striking bodies. University to get N23.5 Billion, Polytechnic to get N6 billion Naira and College of Education to get N4 billion Naira.

This payment is consequential adjustments to education sector workers with effect from 2019.

Chris Ngige also revealed that the committee in charge of ending all these strikes are also working hard and have been given a deadline.

Chris Ngige

According to his words:
“Those committees are working. The one on NITDA is testing the three platforms, the government’s Integrated Personnel and Payroll Information System (IPPIS), the ASUU University Transparency Accountability Solution (UTAS) and the Universities Peculiar Personnel Payroll System (U3PS) of the non-teaching staff.

“They started the testing last Thursday. The National Salaries, Wages and Incomes Commission (NSWIC) has issued their amendment circulars. The unions also have copies to take care of responsibility and hazard allowances wherever it has not been properly captured.”


Although many don’t know why Asuu have been on Strike, We are going to be outlining their demands that has made them to be on Strike.

  1. Funding for revitalisation of tertiary institutions
  2. Payment of outstanding earned academic allowances (EAA)
  3. Renegotiation of 2009 agreements
  4. Review of NUC 2004 Act to tackle the proliferation of universities
  5. 26 percent budgetary allocation to education sector
  6. Implementation of the University Transparency and Accountability Solution (UTAS) not IPPIS.
  7. Constitution of visitation panels
  8. Withheld salaries and non-remittance of check-off dues of unions
  9. Salary shortfall
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