ASUU strike: We’ve done all we can – FG

ASUU strike We’ve done all we can – FG

ASUU strike: We’ve done all we can – FG. The Federal Government claims to have taken all necessary steps to put a stop to the current industrial action being carried out by the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU).

In a meeting with the provosts and vice chancellors of federal universities on Tuesday at the National Universities Commission (NUC) in Abuja, the minister of education, Adamu Adamu, claimed that all prior attempts by the government to get the teachers back in the classroom had failed.

He said that in order to terminate the seven-month strike, he and several other government officials had spoken with the union on numerous occasions.

“We did the best we could under the circumstances. We communicated with the Unions following rounds of difficult talks with all branches of government and interministerial discussions. I personally did all I could to

“I spoke to the Unions wherever I could, providing them with information, statistics, and my whole honesty.

In addition to such official interactions, he stated, “for instance, I directly met with ASUU leadership in my house, in my office, and at the ASUU Secretariat on multiple separate occasions.”

The Minister continued by saying that President Muhammadu Buhari has instructed them to refuse any unreasonable demands.

According to DAILY POST, on February 14, 2022, ASUU shut down public colleges in order to demand complete execution of the agreements the union and the FG had made.