CAN Accuses ASUU Of Impatience

Can Accuses ASUU of Impatience Over Ongoing Lecturers’ Strike

Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) has faulted the striking public universities, accusing the Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU of impatience.

It also accused federal government of donating $1 million to Afghanistan, while telling ASUU it lacks the fund to implement the 2009 agreement.

The association warns that ASUU and federal government must resolve their dispute and bring to an end the suffering of Nigerian students who are the future of Nigeria.

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Can president, Reverend Samson Ayokunle, spoke on the issue during the first quarterly meeting of the council in Abuja on Monday.

According to can president, Nigerian inter-religious council had expected ASUU to await the outcome of the intervention of the council in its dispute with federal government.

Ayokunle describes the decision of ASUU to call out lecturers on fresh strike during the intervention of the council amounts to a disrespect to him and the sultan of Sokoto who were engaging federal government on the dispute.

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