On Wednesday the Nationwide Industrial Court docket of Nigeria (NICN) ordered the Tutorial Workers Union of Universities (ASUU) to name off its ongoing nationwide strike.
The strike which lasted for seven months had left the scholars with no selection however to sit down at residence and look ahead to the Federal authorities and ASUU to return to an inexpensive answer to the months-long disaster.
Chris Ngige, Minister of Labour and Employment on behalf of the Federal Authorities had filed the case earlier than the court docket as a option to resolve the difficulty of the continued strike by ASUU.
With the pronouncement of the court docket judgments, college students and their well-wishers took to the social media to react.
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@Bugatti Kingsley expressed fear for ASUU, hoping that the federal government would pay them their salaries for the seven months they haven’t been working.
Truthfully I really feel for asuu
If fg doesn’t pay them their salaries which means the 7months was only a waste of Time
— £M€ka (@BugattiKingsley) September 21, 2022
@Hakeem stated that the scholars might be on the receiving finish of this known as off strike because the dissatisfied lectures may lengthen their frustration on the scholars
I plead to FG to not power asuu to renew as a result of scholar are the one to obtain the punishment.
— Hakeem (@Hakeem133788892) September 21, 2022
@Nelsinbandit stated he gained’t imagine the court docket ruling till Universities broadcasts resumption date.
Till I see the date for resumption
— Nelsin bandit of calabar 🇳🇬 (@Nelsinbandit) September 21, 2022
If the Judiciary compels ASUU to renew in opposition to the union’s want then, the system has been largely compromised. Their resumption might be a extra catastrophe to the academic system than the strike itself.
— Alaafin of Benue🦁 (@harrynyam) September 21, 2022
FG ought to pay asuu their cash
— Emmanuel Daniel (@Danny_dicey_) September 21, 2022
Excellent, however i do know dey dem don bribe decide. So does this imply asuu will STILL resist?
— Grace Lexxie✝️🇳🇬🦄 (@StrawberryAvey) September 21, 2022
On behalf of over 3 million Nigeria Pupil, I’m pleading that FG ought to please pay ASUU, I can’t have my exams marked by somebody who has not obtained 7month wage o. #Asuu https://t.co/gojfqUkUfH
— Paajay (@OladepoLawal) September 21, 2022
It was at all times coming to this. The courts in Nigeria are barely unbiased.
How wise would it not be if ASUU resumes work sad, unmotivated, no salaries cost and none of their calls for met?
The sport is about to start.
— Temitope. 🇳🇬⭐ (@Just_Topee) September 21, 2022
The identical justice system that didn’t do something when individuals in energy accused ANIMALS of stealing cash, are the identical ones eager to power college students again to high school in order that the lecturers and professors can take the anger out in us????? We gained’t resume , all lessons can be empty..
— freedom (@Blacky5566) September 21, 2022
All alongside, ASUU knew the federal government is extra highly effective than it’s.
What a wasted effort.
— Babatunde (@Btunde_)
Lord please🤦🏽♂️ college has actually left my head not gonna lie
— AwemanyFit On Youtube (@OdikaesiemeF) September 21, 2022
That is like suspension
— Best Boy (@Dohtunbobo2) September 21, 2022
Janjaweed court docket. Is it your judges that may come and lecture college students when the faculties are opened beneath duress. That is an induced and bias judgement. Let the federal government do what’s needful for each sector of the economic system and all might be effectively. How can a authorities who haven’t any
— DrKabiruAkindele Olawale (@DrKabiruAkinde) September 21, 2022
Court docket wey no be them begin the strike gained order an entire group of educational profs and docs again to work 😅🤣😂🤣🤣🤣 laughable
— majorlouwe (@majorlouwe) September 21, 2022
The court docket don pay the cash? Abi which one is command?! Pay cash make them resume nah Oga of the Oga😬
— Abdullah Yusuf Daibu (@YusufDaibu) September 21, 2022