A chairman of one of the branches, who preferred anonymity because he’s not in a position to speak, said the least consideration so far is a warning strike.
He explained that “ASUU is being considerate but the actions of the Federal Government are not helpful”.
“The least consideration for now is a warning strike. Some of our branches representatives feel we should commence strike outrightly but others advised that apart from the lecture free-day declared, we should embark on another warning strike before the full, indefinite strike.”
Asked what will be the next step after the warning strike, he replied, “The NEC will determine. But it is either we hold another branch congresses or we embark on the full strike if government is not forthcoming. The resolution of the ongoing meetig will determine.”
ASUU is expected to make the final decision on the strike by voting, but The PUNCH gathered that no voting has held yet.
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