The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) is Determined to Continue Striking
The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) has made it clear that they will not end their strike until the necessary changes are made in the country’s tertiary institutions.
During a two-day interactive session between TETFund and all unions of beneficiary institutions in Abuja, ASUU President, Prof. Emmanuel Osodeke, expressed concerns about including private universities in the fund’s project. He believes that this move will lead to an increase in low-quality private universities.
ASUU is fighting for quality education in Nigeria. They believe that the current state of tertiary institutions is not up to par and needs improvement. By going on strike, they are demanding that the government takes action to address these issues.
ASUU is worried that including private universities in the fund’s project will result in a proliferation of low-quality institutions. They believe that the focus should be on improving existing public universities rather than creating more private ones.
ASUU is committed to fighting for the necessary changes in Nigeria’s tertiary institutions. They will continue to go on strike until their demands are met and quality education is prioritized.
ASUU wants the government to invest more in public universities, improve infrastructure, provide better working conditions for staff, and ensure that students receive a high-quality education. They believe that these changes are crucial for the future of Nigeria.
If you believe in the importance of quality education and want to support ASUU’s cause, you can join their movement. Stay informed about the issues they are fighting for and spread awareness among your friends and family.
ASUU is determined to continue striking until the necessary changes are made in Nigeria’s tertiary institutions. They believe that quality education is essential for the country’s future and will not stop fighting until their demands are met.