UNBELIEVABLE! What Deji Adeyanju Wants ASUU To Do Amid Appeal Court Order Is Dangerous To Students

On Friday, October 7, the hope of the Academic Staff Union of Universities ASUU was dashed by the Appeal Court in Abuja.

While the union is yet to take further action against the ruling, a Nigerian activist, Deji Adeyanju has hinted to ASUU on what to do next. See details of this and more below!

AFTER Appeal Court Ordered ASUU To Suspend Strike, SEE What Deji Adeyanju Wants ASUU To Do

According to the Daily Post, activist Deji Adeyanju gave advice to the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) on how to respond to Friday’ s Appeal Court decision ordering lecturers to start working right now.

In a post on Saturday, Adeyanju urged the ASUU to end its seven- month strike in compliance with the judge’ s order.

He did advise ASUU to start a new strike right away after ending the current one, though.

He claimed that the universities’ inability to function without enough funds would serve as a reason for yet another strike.

He asked ASUU not to challenge the decision, stating that this would continue until the universities were properly supported.

” ASUU should call off the strike and then go on another one immediately thereafter. And the justification for a fresh strike will be simply: there’ s practically no way our universities can operate without proper funding.

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