REASON STUDENTS MAY NOT GO BACK TO CLASS IMMEDIATELY AFTER ASUU CALL OFF STRIKE
The Academic Staff Organization of Universities (ASUU) National Executive Council meeting is scheduled for tomorrow. During the meeting, the union will talk about recent developments in its dispute with the federal government.
Congresses in various branches around the nation would take place today prior to the NEC meeting, sources told Vanguard.
The NEC meeting would start later than normal on Thursday, and the result would be announced early on Friday when it is believed that the ongoing strike will be called off but that courses may not immediately resume.
By chance, the strike would have been in effect for eight months on that day.
It is anticipated that the governing councils of the affected universities would ask for the reopening of the schools.
In light of this decision, it is anticipated that the governing bodies of the affected universities would ask for the reopening of the institutions to begin the following week.
Students might not be able to return to class right away, though, because hostels and other facilities that haven’t been used in close to eight months would need to be cleaned.
Source : Vanguard