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Strike: FG, ASUU To Resume Negotiation Next week

The Federal Government has revealed his intentions to resume negotiation talk with the striking Academic Staff Union of Universities.

This was made known on Friday.

Stating that the negotiation would commenced next week with a view to ending the prolonged closure of Nigerian public universities.

The Minister of Labour and Employment, Senator Chris Ngige disclosed this in his opening remarks at a meeting between the government side and the striking National Association of Academic Technologists (NAAT) in his office in Abuja.

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Senator Ngige noted the multiple industrial disputes in the education sector could have been averted if the unions in the sector took advantage of his open door policy like the health unions, which culminated in the peace currently enjoyed in the health sector.

The Minister, who also decried the rivalry among the education unions, made it clear that everybody is important in the university system.

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