#ASUUpdates: Court of Appeal orders striking lecturers to resume work immediately.

Going close to over more than eight (8) months since students of Federal universities were sent packing and studies were disrupted. And yet no forthcoming positive news about resumption for students yet.

The Federal Government has tried every trick in the book to call it off, yet ASUU chairman, Prof. Emma Osodeke and his members have refused to budge. From attempting to cutting down their negotiations and demands to the available budget, to suing the body to court and then threatening to dissolve the association and bring up CONUA, a new academic body but the chairman is not having any of it.

The FG then sued the association to court to demand immediate resumption, which ASUU appealed at the court of Appeal but is still being asked to resume as soon as possible. Wonder what it’s gonna be, is it more days of endless waiting for the students been tossed around or is a resolution finally forming?

Lolade Omole

Lolade Omole is a prolific writer, poet and also an active web developer.

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