Court orders ASUU to call off strike 

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The National Industrial Court of Nigeria, on Wednesday ordered the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) to call off it seven months strike.

Wakadaily reports that ASUU has been on strike since 14 February 2022, to protest over the non-implementation of its demands by the federal government, the demands including calls for the government to implement the Memorandum of Action (MoA) signed in December 2020 on funding for the revitalisation of the public universities.

Delivering a ruling on “the interlocutory injunction filed by the Federal government , Justice Polycarp Hamman restrained ASUU from continuing with the industrial action pending the determination of the suit,” According to the Channel.

“Justice Polycap who is a vacation judge ordered that the case filed be returned to the president of the Industrial Court for reassignment to another judge.”

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