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We’re worried of ASUU lingering strikes,- Northern Women group.



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By Abdullahi Alhassan Kaduna.

As the Academic Staff Union of Universities,(ASUU) strikes entered another phase of two months, the National President of Jam’iyyar Matan Arewa, Hajiya Rabi Musa Saulawa said the Association has expressed total dissatisfaction over extension of Warning Strike, which according to her, will affect the educational sector across the 36 states of the Federation.

Hajiya Rabi Saulawa,made this known in an interview with Newsmen in Kaduna.

“We were hoping that at the end of the one month warning strike by ASUU,that ,Both government and the ASUU would have come to an agreement ,but it really unfortunate that ,they are going on another strike, which we strongly believed would affect our students and the standard of education across the country.


According to her, any additional months at home would have a serious consequences to the educational sector including Economy, agriculture and other humanendeavours.


“we dont want our boys back home, we prapare seeing dialoque between the two parties that would solved the strike”:



Mrs Saulawa therefore insist that both The Asuu and the representative of the federal government must go go back to dialoque table.


The strike comes amids of increase price of foodstuff, high cost of petroleum and general insecurity challenges bedeveling peace stability in the country,

“we don’t want our childrens to spend 3 month at home because of strike,”


“we are begging on federal government to as a matter of urgency go back and resolved their problems with Asuu ”


She also pleaded with ASUU to rethink over the issues ,while calling on federal govt to listen to their demand, in order to save our children from wasting more time at home.

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