JUST IN! Details On Resumption Of Asuu Strike, Universities And Public Schools In Nigeria
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ASUU_STRIKE update (Tuesday, 5:30 p.m.)
The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) says that before the union considers suspending its ongoing strike, the federal government must quickly and quickly complete the renegotiation of the ASUU-FGN agreement of 2009.
Agreement with IPPIS from 2009
From IPPIS to payment of salaries
From paying salaries back to IPPIS
And now from IPPIS to 2009 agreement
ASUU .. Please, what do you want?
Also, The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has announced 160 as the cut-off date for admission to universities in Nigeria in 2020. The benchmark for universities of applied sciences is 120 and for universities and innovative institutions 100 and higher.
Nevertheless, The state government has suspended indefinitely the retrial of schools in Cross River state.
The reason for the suspension was not specified.
However, the results showed that the federal government had reportedly instructed Cross River not to open schools while COVID-19 was increasing in the country, although the state had not yet received a confirmed case.
Source: AIT LIVE
#MattersArising: The academic staff union of the universities, ASUU, has warned the lecturers again not to teach students online.
Nigeria Center for Diseases Control officials has persuaded West African People’s Institute (WAPI) students who arrived at 8 a.m. on Tuesday, June 16, 2020, to return to school under the direction of the Cross River State government.
The state governor, Prof. Ben Ayade, instructed last week that three schools in the state’s three senate districts should be rehearsed.
The students are currently stranded outside the school grounds.
#Ridiculous; The Presidential Task Force (PTF) on the COVID-19 pandemic has just warned states that are proposing to reopen schools to suspend such considerations.
The PTF also reminded Nigerians that easing restrictions “means no negligence and that life is back to normal.”
This happens after the government of the State of Oyo announced June 29 as the resumption date for students leaving the state.
Campus Catch also previously reported that the Cross River State government had approved June 16 for school resumption.
Break; FG gives 6 conditions for the reopening of schools
Before universities and others reopened, the federal government listed six conditions that every school must meet to protect students from coronaviruses.
According to the Minister of State for Education, Hon. Chukwuemeka Nwajiub, the conditions are;
All institutions must have
(1) handwashing facilities
(2) body temperature tests
(3) Body disinfectants at all entry point to their main facilities, including gates, hostels, classes, offices, etc.
(4) The entire premises of each facility must be decontaminated and
(5) All efforts must be aimed at maintaining the highest level of hygiene.
(6) Ensuring social physical distance in class sizes and meeting rooms.