ASUU: Lecturers Do Not Deserve To Earn Salaries While On Strike – David Umahi

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On Thursday, the Governor of Ebonyi State, David Umahi expressed dismay over the rise of religion among lecturers and students in various parts of the State, according to a report released yesterday by the DAILY POST.

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Also, speaking on Thursday while addressing the governing council of the Ebonyi State University and the Board of King David Umahi Federal University of Health Sciences, he expressed his unwillingness to in favor of the ongoing strike by the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU). It added that “the strike has affected the growth of educational institutions in our country”, according to the report.

Furthermore, Governor Umahi appealed to ASUU on the strike, “there should be a way to discuss so that the students can return to school”. It says “there is no way the state government can borrow as much to meet the demands of ASUU”, according to the report.

Meanwhile, he also expressed his dismay at the rise of religious activities in State Universities, saying that students or lecturers who are found to be religious will be expelled, according to the report.

However, according to Governor Umahi, he said in our country, Nigeria, “striking is not a strike because when you strike, you should not get paid for the time all you did not do” . He also said that the demand for pay during the strike was unreasonable, according to a report released yesterday by the DAILY POST.

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