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Court orders ASUU to return to classes

The federal government, in a suit, prayed for the order for ASUU to call off its seven months strike.

• September 21, 2022
Ngige/ASUU president
Chris Ngige and ASUU president

The National Industrial Court has ordered the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) to return to work.

The federal government, in a suit, prayed for the order for ASUU to call off its seven months strike.

The Minister of Labour and Employment, on behalf of the federal government, had filed the matter before the court by way of referral to resolve the issue of the ongoing strike by ASUU. 

(NAN)

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