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The chairman of the Academic Staff Union of Universities ASUU, university of Abuja, Kassim Umaru, has criticized the federal government’s response to the ASUU strike, stating that the demands of the union were not too much to ask.

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The chairman of the Academic Staff Union of Universities ASUU, university of Abuja, Kassim Umaru, has criticized the federal government’s response to the ASUU strike, stating that the demands of the union were not too much to ask.

Umaru, who featured as a guest yesterday on the Urban Radio political Programme, The Parliament, said that ASUU is only demanding for a negotiation that would see to the revitalization of public institutions.

Speaking on the alleged threat by the federal government to proscribe the pressure group, the lecturer disclosed that ASUU was a legal entity with clear cut rights, and that members of the union are unbothered by such threats.

Adonis from Ebonyi state, who called in to contribute during the programme, expressed his disappointment in the unwillingness by both parties to come to an agreement and end the lingering strike.

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The All Progressives Congress APC, Udi/Agbudu ward, in Udi local government area of Enugu state, has dismissed as fake and unfounded the recent news in the social media about a purported expulsion of the state chairman, Ugochukwu Agballah, who is also from the ward. In a communique jointly signed and read by the Chairman of the party in Udi/Agbudu ward, Clinton Ezeago, the ward faithful maintained that the party chairman […]

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