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Student seen going to school with a stove to be used as a chair in class

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A photo of a student going to school with a kerosene stove to be used as a chair in class has been shared online.

 

In the photo, the student is seen walking to school, her school bag in one hand and the furnace tank of a kerosene stove in her other hand.

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Twitter user Onyeoma Bold shared the photo to Twitter and wrote: “While running this morning I saw this child going to school with this as sitting stool, this is 2020 and this can’t be happening!!”

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Student seen going to school with a stove to be used as a chair in class

 

Twitter users reacted, stating that the incident happened in Ebonyi state and it’s not unusual to see such things in the state.

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ASUU agrees to call off strike as FG agrees to pay the union N70bn

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The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) has agreed to call off its strike which has lasted for 8 months.

 

The union leadership reached the consensus during a meeting with the government team led by the Minister of Labour and Employment, Dr Chris Ngige, on Friday, Nov 27, in Abuja.

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The FG also pledged to increase the total payment to the union to N70 billion.

 

This comes one week after the FG accepted the demand by the ASUU that they be exempted from the Integrated Payroll and Personnel Information System.

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Strike: FG begins registration of ASUU’s rival union

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Amid the ongoing 10-month old strike undertaken by the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU), the federal government has commenced the process of registering a rival union.

Minister of Labour and Employment, Chris Ngige disclosed this when the leadership of Congress of University Academics (CONUA) led by its National Coordinator, Niyi Sunmonu, paid him a courtesy visit on Thursday November 19.

The Minister regretted the long strike by ASUU which he said has negatively affected the educational development of the country.

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Ngige said;

“We are receiving you in audience formally today in this ministry. We have the right to receive associations of persons that are workers, whether we have registered them or not, just as you have the right to apply for registration which is the lawful thing to do.

“We have the right to receive and hold meetings with you. The journey to have you registered has just started.

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“You have done the right thing by applying and this ministry has also done the right thing by processing your registration.

“The review of your application for registration is ongoing. I have put up a committee to look into that review. I will ask the committee to wind up its work.

“We are giving them four weeks from today to turn in their report to the ministry.

“Part of our job here is to register unions; it is also part of our job to make sure that unions that are not functional are helped.”

Ngige also commended the university lecturers for initiating the process to register the union.

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ASUU denies suspending strike and reveals that FG has said it will resume meetings with them

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The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) has denied reports that it has suspended the indefinite strike action.

 

This denial comes after a statement started making the rounds online with the subject, “Notice of suspension of ASUU indefinite strike action of all member universities across Nigeria.”

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ASUU denies suspending strike and reveals that FG has said it will resume meetings with them

 

ASUU shared a screenshot of the statement on Twitter and called it “fake news”.

 

ASUU denies suspending strike and reveals that FG has said it will resume meetings with them

 

 

It added that, “The Federal Government has said it will resume meeting with the Academic Staff Union of Universities on Friday.

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“The Ministry of Labour and Employment disclosed this on Wednesday night.”

 

ASUU denies suspending strike and reveals that FG has said it will resume meetings with them

 

The statement from ASUU continues: “The parley is expected to address various pending issues, including the contentious payment platform preferred by the union.”

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Read the rest of ASUU’s tweets below.

 

ASUU denies suspending strike and reveals that FG has said it will resume meetings with them

ASUU denies suspending strike and reveals that FG has said it will resume meetings with them

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