Would ASUU Listen To The Order Of The Court And Call Off The Strike?

Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) must end its current strike, according to a ruling by the National Industrial Court.

 

By Esther Nkama 

Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) must end its current strike, according to a ruling by the National Industrial Court. 

The Federal government filed an interlocutory injunction, and Justice Polycarp Hamman issued a ruling on it, preventing ASUU from carrying out the strike until the case was resolved. 

A few hours prior to the issuance of this directive, the National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS) had vowed to prevent all political campaigns from taking place nationwide until the public university students had returned to their classes. 

SEE ALSO: Students Kick Against Court Judgement To End ASUU Strike

In response to the court order, The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) has made it known to the public that no lecturer can be forced to return to the classes to teach.

As it seems now, this is a case of no retreat, no surrender.

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