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AS you will recall, the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) painfully declared an indefinite strike action on the 22nd June, 2009 following the refusal of government to sign the Agreement it willingly, through the process of Collective Bargaining, entered into with the Union after two and half years of negotiations.

NLC Supports ASUU Strike
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The Nigeria Labour Congress has expressed solidarity with the Academic Staff Union of Universities' ongoing strike action aimed at sanitising the universities. In a letter to President Umaru Musa Yara Adua, the NLC General Secretary John E. Odah said "The closure of our universities damages our development work and retards meaningful progress towards making our country one of the twenty biggest economies by the Year 2020.  Such closure which affects all undergraduate and graduate students also means that this army of youths who should be in school are left in a state of limbo with attendant consequences for social relations in the country"
The NLC has not changed its position and has not called on the ASUU to suspend the strike.

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We have read in some newspapers reports of your appeal to our university lecturers€ to go back to classrooms. You made this appeal presuming that lecturers are responsible for the current situation in which all the unions in the public university system are on strike. It is, of course, false that were ASUU not on strike all other unions would not be on strike.

The current situation of Federal Government Universities
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Wednesday, 02 September 2009 09:35
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Effective from December 2006, Staff Unions of Universities (ASUU, SSANU and NASU) have been re-negotiating the 2001 Agreements with Federal Government of Nigeria based on the Principle of Collective Bargaining. All previous negotiations with the Federal Government have been centrally done. That is, staff unions negotiate with representatives of Association of Pro-Chancellors and sign an agreement centrally. This is in consonance with the existing framework of Collective Bargaining as contained in Nigeria Labour Act (1990); which defines Collective Bargaining€ as an agreement in writing regarding working conditions and terms of employment concluded between

Reactions to Statements by the Honourable Minister of Education
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Tuesday, 11 August 2009 12:14
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 ASUU calls on the relevant arms of Government, the organized labour, religious and traditional institutions and all lovers of education to prevail on government to do the proper thing: sign the agreement and hence end this avoidable strike and its disruptive effects on our education system. We believe that this can be achieved now or within a week, if government considers it an emergency that needs to be addressed quickly and promptly.

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