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How Soyinka, Falana Can Help End ASUU Strike

The founding father of One Love Household, Satguru Maharaj Ji, has referred to as on President Muhammadu Buhari to instantly sack the Minister of Labour and Employment, Dr. Chris Ngige.
Talking on Friday in Ibadan, the Oyo State capital, the cleric referred to as on the president to disband his administration’s negotiation workforce with theAcademic Employees Union of Universities (ASUU) over non-performance.
Maharaj Ji referred to as on Buhari to represent a committee comprising Nobel Laureate Professor Wole Soyinka; Senior Advocate of Nigeria, Femi Falana; the outgoing president of the Nigeria Bar Affiliation, Olumide Akpata, and different notable Nigerians to barter with ASUU.
He stated: “All the federal government negotiators, together with the minister of labour and minister of training, must be sacked instantly. They need to be sacked by the president as a result of they don’t seem to be doing something to resolve the lingering disaster within the nations ivory tower.
“Of their place, convey on board folks like Femi Falana, NBA President, Prof Woke Soyinka, amongst different notable and credible Nigerians, to barter with the placing lecturers.”
ASUU Calls for
Maharaj Ji additionally referred to as on the management of ASUU to be thoughtful of their calls for within the curiosity of the way forward for college college students.

“Our youngsters are struggling because of the incessant strike in our nations training sector. ASUU president too ought to bear in mind one factor that he’s a father or mother,” he stated.
Partial Compliance
In response to the controversial clergyman, the Buhari administration shouldgive ASUU members half of their calls for, pending the completion of the negotiations to finish the six-month-old strike.
He stated: I like to recommend that the federal authorities ought to give the placing lecturers half of what they’re asking for pending negotiation, and after negotiation, it’s both you add extra or minus. ASUU being on strike is just not okay.
The strike has affected farmers and businessmen whose kids can’t go to high school, and the entire nations financial system is now struggling.”

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