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ASUU: When will a university organization stop working strike?

ASUU: When will a university organization stop working strike?

The dialogue between the Federal Government and the University of Occupational University has stressed the situation that has put thousands of students in danger.
That is why students like Olamide Tejuoso, who hope to start the year 2019, will remain homeless.
She wanted to graduate to work with a company as an apprentice. The first thing he would like to be a graduate after graduating from Ibadan University.
But instead, a student reading journalist has been deeply concerned about the strike strike by university professors.
Masters have accused the government of being subject to previous agreements on improving the post-secondary education system.
The strike was due to the lack of affordable housing and construction facilities and even trying to increase school fees.
On Monday, the academic group and minister of finance Chris Chris Ngige held a meeting and said they had reached a bargain. The government plans to provide 15.4bn universities.

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