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The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) has officially declared an indefinite strike, citing unresolved issues with the Federal government.
This announcement comes as the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) prepares for a nationwide indefinite strike, set to commence on October 3rd, 2023.
The Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC), a prominent umbrella body for workers in Nigeria, has also declared an indefinite strike, set to commence on October 3rd, 2023.
The NLC’s decision comes in response to various grievances, including concerns over fuel price hikes, electricity tariff increases, and calls for improved living conditions for Nigerian workers.
It’s important to note that ASUU is under the NLC umbrella, and their decision to embark on an indefinite strike aligns with the broader nationwide action called by the NLC.
This coordinated effort amplifies the call for improved conditions not only in the education sector but also across various sectors of the Nigerian workforce.
The coming days will be instrumental in determining the course of action, and stakeholders will be watching closely as efforts to address these concerns unfold.
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