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ASUU Tells FG To Pay N50bn Revitalization Fund Before Strike Will End

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AS the go head to head between the Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU and the Federal Government proceeds with, the association, yesterday, solicited government to give solid proof from the installment of in any event N50billion revitalisation store to end the strike.

However, different requests of the association, are as yet pending, the association said the verification of the installment could set the tone for the suspension of the strike.

Talking through its President, Professor Biodun Ogunyemi in Ibadan at the end of the week, the association said the Federal Government had made joke of guarantees by not satisfying them taking note of that what the individuals from the scholarly association need right now is execution.

Ogunyemi stated: “We need them to pay promptly N50billion as an indication of responsibility this quarter and for the following seventy five percent government can pay N50billion in each quarter. So our individuals have rejected the 20billion proposed by them that will be spread more than two quarters in 2019. Our individuals have demanded the arrival of in any event N50billion.

“In connection to earned scholastic recompenses which they have an exceptional N105billion our individuals are stating that regardless of whether you (Government) are discharging N20billion given it a chance to be expressed unmistakably that it is just for ASUU individuals and the equalization which you guaranteed to pay in four portions, join courses of events to the parity and figures.

“In 2017, this administration guaranteed to standard the earned scholarly stipends into the financial plan with the goal that we won’t come talk about unpaid debts.

“On the off chance that administration had placed that into the 2018 spending plan, we would not be discussing unpaid debts now. Our individuals are stating government should make moves to standard it into the 2019 spending plan and that isn’t late in light of the fact that they (National get together and official) are as yet dealing with the financial plan.”

He contemplated that if ASUU had been easygoing, the college framework would have been obliterated like people in general essential and optional schools. Prof Ogunyemi stated: “Those hawking the misrepresentation are a similar decision class. They have overlooked that we speakers likewise have our kids in state funded colleges. They need to debilitate the state funded college training with the goal that offspring of the poor will keep on torment. We won’t enable them to wreck the college training.”

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