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ASUU remains silent on meeting to consider Federal Government’s offers

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The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) has said it will not disclose when the meeting to consider the recent Federal Government’s offer will be held.

According to Punch, the ASUU President, Prof. Biodun Ogunyemi, said this on Sunday while responding to a correspondent’s inquiry about when the union hopes to meet in order to examine the Federal Government’s offers and resolve the strike.

According to the correspondent, when contacted, the ASUU President in a text message, responded, “Good morning. Sorry. We don’t tell outsiders the arrangements of our meetings. Have a great Sunday.”

The Federal Government and the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU), on Thursday, had had a marathon meeting with a new agreement that may lead to the union calling off the strike.

The Federal Government had asked ASUU to communicate decisions to its National Executive Council (NEC) and revert to government within one week, as the ASUU President had on Friday said that he could not determine when the union would call off its strike until its members met to decide the next course of action.

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