ASUU says FG keeping students at home as strike enters two months

The Academic Staff Union of Universities, Adamawa State University has accused Federal government of manipulation and keeping students at home.

TEAM PLATO gathered that, According to the Zonal Coordinator of ASUU, Yola Reuben Jonathan who spoke that there are two issues at hand, the first is NITDA and the second is Re-negotiation. If the time limits given by the Federal Government is three months, it means they are the ones who intentionally wants to keep students at home. He said.

He therefore called on well meaning Nigerians to prevail on federal government. The Chairman of ASUU, Adamawa Branch who spoke unequivocally said faulted IPPIS and described it as an instruments of corruption.

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