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Parents,Groups pleads with ASUU to Obey Court Resumption Order.

The Noble Youths Mass Support Association,an Abuja youth group, and Parents in Abuja has pleaded with  the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) to obey the resumption order issued by the National Industrial Court of Nigeria in Abuja on Wednesday 21 september.

The National Coordinator of the group, Mr Godwin Onmonya, called out on ASUU while speaking with the News Agency of Nigeria in Gwagwalada, Abuja stating that the strike has left so many negative impact on the students.

He also stressed on how long the strike is taking, since february till now. Therefore,noting that the long lasting strike has forced the Federal Government to institute a suit at the court to end the strike in order to enable students resume lectures.

In like manner,a Parent,  Mr Luka Ayuba,  in Gwagwalada Area Council, whose child was studying veterinary medicine at the University of Abuja, said that the strike had made his son shift focus to other things.

He said“My only pain is that the people in government are not feeling it because their own children are not in public schools but abroad or in private schools.

However, the ASUU Zonal Coordinator, Abuja, Dr Salawu Lawal, had earlier said there would be no resumption in public universities until the Government grants ASSU’s request. 

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