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ASUU strike: We’ll teach lecturers lesson with ‘no work, no pay’ – Buhari govt

The Federal Government has again undermined that individuals from the Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU, who are right now protesting, won’t get pay.

Adamu, the Minister of Education, said instructors wouldn’t be paid for the a half year they are missing
from work.

He uncovered that the action would act as a punishment over the “conduct of ASUU.”

Tending to State House Correspondents in Abuja yesterday, the Minister said teachers would pause for a moment before they join strike.

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As per Adamu: “I think the stand that the public authority has taken now, not to pay, I believe that is the main thing in the hand of the public authority to guarantee that there’s punishment for some conduct like this.

“I accept educators will reconsider they join strike assuming they know that toward the end, they won’t be paid.

“The public authority isn’t acting with no obvious end goal in mind. There is a regulation and I accept this will be major areas of strength for a to prevent numerous from protesting.

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