Abuja - Gabriel Suswam, the Chairman of the Presidential on Need Assessment of Nigerian Universities, revealed that he was frustrated over the Academic Staff Union of Universities’ (ASUU) decision to carry on striking, despite the government meeting some of their demands, Tribune reports.
The federal government have promised the ASUU N30 billion as repayment for allowances, although ASUU demanded N90 bilion.
Suswam also comment that the federal government are a bigger stakeholder in the universities than the ASUU as the universities are owned by the federal government. He urged the ASUU leadership to collaborate with the federal government.
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