Tuesday, January 29, 2019

ASUU Chairman congratulate members as Federal Government meets demand.

The Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU, has given update on the ongoing strike. According to the body, the Federal Government, yesterday, met one of its major demands. The refusal of the regulatory agency to approve the teachers’ union’s pension commission for operation has been one of the major issues in the dispute between ASUU and the Federal Government.
However, the National Pension Council, the regulatory agency for the country’s pension companies, granted the union the certificate of operation on Monday. ASUU President, Prof. Biodun Ogunyemi, in a short message sent across to members of the union, yesterday, said ASUU received the certificate at about 11:20 a.m.

The message reads, “Dear Comrade, We collected the final letter of approval of NUPEMCO operational license at about 11.20a.m in PENCOM office. Profound appreciation goes to all who prepared the ground and made this possible.

“While congratulating all our members for this landmark achievement of the union, we also thank them for their patience. The struggle continues! Biodun Ogunyemi.”

Prof. Ogunyemi earlier told the News Agency of Nigeria, NAN, that the leadership was still consulting with its members over offers made by the federal government.He said the government made some offers in the course of meetings with ASUU, which are still being deliberated on.

We are still consulting with our chapters across the country. There are promises that the government made and we are trying to consult with the various university chapters on the options before the union.

“By the time we are fully aware of what is left of our demands from what the government is offering, then we will know what steps to take, even as negotiations with the government continues.

From ASUU: Announcement: The @ASUUNGR has received the certificate of operation for Nigerian University Pension Management Company, NUPEMCO, from the National Pension Commission.

This is to announce that @AsoRock has met one of our major demands.

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