FG Vs ASUU strike Latest News: Coronavirus effect

It is of course no News that the most popular song which everyone sing of in the most recent weeks now is nothing but the sound of coronavirus. Which of a surety has it effect on the ASUU strike latest news update.

This article present to you some vital information, criticisms, updates, little details about the so-called pandemic disease “coronavirus” how to stay safe and live without being contacted. Do well to read this article from start to finish. You’ll surely find it helpful and interesting.

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ASUU STRIKE LATEST NEWS UPDATE

Whenever ASUU is trending; students of most public universities are either going into panic mode; and checking for latest news with one eye closed; praying it’s not the uprising of another unpleasant strike.


Or they are happy, and hoping it is indeed a strike, so they can extend the holidays and have more time to do something else with their time.

This time, the union is trending for their involvement; or rather, the absences of it, in the Corona Virus pandemic in the nation:

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Check out these Twitter post and see what people are saying concerning it.

See that people have to say on this:

FEDERAL GOVERNMENT OPINION ON THE ASUU STRIKE LATEST NEWS

Some days ago the Academic Staff Union of Universities has described as regrettable the Federal Government’s (FG)’s handling of the issues which led to a two-week ASUU warning strike by its members across the country.

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ASUU Coordinator, Bauchi Zone, Prof Lawan Abubakar, said this at a press conference in Jos on Friday.

The Bauchi Zone of ASUU comprises six universities, namely the University of Jos; Abubakar Tafawa Balewa University, Bauchi State; Federal University Kashere, Gombe State; Gombe State University; Plateau State University, Bokkos; and Bauchi State University, Bauchi.

FEDERAL GOVERNMENT OPINION CONCERNING THE LATEST ASUU STRIKE NEWS UPDATE

The Academic Staff Union of Universities has described as regrettable the Federal Government’s handling of the issues which led to a two-week warning strike by its members across the country.

ASUU Coordinator, Bauchi Zone, Prof Lawan Abubakar, said this at a press conference in Jos on Friday.

The Bauchi Zone of ASUU comprises six universities, namely the University of Jos; Abubakar Tafawa Balewa University, Bauchi State; Federal University Kashere, Gombe State; Gombe State University; Plateau State University, Bokkos; and Bauchi State University, Bauchi.

Furthermore:

Abubakar further said that the Federal Government must honour the agreement which it signed with the union in 2019.

He said the agreement included the provision of sustainable funding for the revitalisation of public universities, payment of the arrears of earned academic allowances, reconstitution of visitation panels to federal universities, as well as the need to address the issue of the proliferation, underfunding and interference in governance by state governments.

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The ASUU coordinator said it was unfortunate that instead of taking the advantage of the two weeks warning strike to show commitment towards the implementation of the 2019 Memorandum of Action,

The Federal Government had continued to blackmail the union and engage in misrepresentation of facts aimed at misinforming members of the public on the agreement.

Abubakar said, “ASUU had remained calm and patient throughout 2019 and beyond and it is clear that the union has given the government a very long rope.

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This strike is something the Federal government would have interest in as it comes at the very right time that the whole nation need to keep one another’s head in a safe place.

The recent outbreak of the dangerous pandemic known as CONVID-19 also known as coronavirus make gives ASUU a very bleak chance of getting a quick response from the Federal government as regarding demand.

THE FUTURE OF NIGERIA EDUCATION: A FUNCTION OF CORONAVIRUS

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Both the irony and the symbolism were evident as most Nigerians are hastily drawing out some conclusions in the midst of this unfolding crisis.

The pandemic, and the recession all but certain to follow, threaten to pre-empt and overwhelm efforts to shape the future of both how people work and the educational system of most countries most especially Nigeria

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— how to create good jobs, reduce poverty and redefine relationships and structures to narrow the enormous income inequality that overshadows the state’s wealth and success.

Thus the recent meeting of the Federal government and some stakeholders became not only an experiment for doing business in a post-coronavirus world but also a conversation laden with doubts, fears and aspirations about how the future may evolve.

The coronavirus will have a silver lining if it serves as the impetus for constructive upheaval, in the way that the sudden forced reliance on telecommunication is already having an impact.

It’s is therefore imminent and pertinent that most students may eventually result into online learning also known as E-learning as this is a very good way which may also cause for creation of more online jobs.

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MYTHS ABOUT CORONAVIRUS

Taking a hot bath does not prevent COVID-19.

Taking a hot bath will not prevent you from catching COVID-19. Your normal body temperature remains around 36.5°C to 37°C, regardless of the temperature of your bath or shower. Actually, taking a hot bath with extremely hot water can be harmful as it can burn you.

The best way to protect yourself against COVID-19 is by frequently cleaning your hands. By doing this you eliminate viruses that may be on your hands and avoid infection that could occur by then touching your eyes, mouth, and nose.

Just to mention but few. This picture will explain better.

IN CONCLUSION

One very important thing that Is clear and glarring is that whatever the decision of the Federal government

is on this issue of ASUU strike, we must know for sure that they will also have the interest of the general public at heart. This will act as a check and balance as to whatever conclusion they will eventually arrive at.

Let us therefore exercise patience as to what conclusion we’ll draw out of this whole situation.

God bless Nigeria!

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