The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) has been ordered by the National Industrial Court to end its current strike.
According to BROOMHOME, the strike has been in effect for seven months.
In order to grant the Federal Government’s request for an order of injunction against the teachers, the court cited section 18 of the Trade Dispute Act and the national interest of the Nigerian students.
In a decision on a federal government application seeking that university professors be forced to return to work awaiting the fulfillment of their demands for better working conditions, Justice Polycap Hamman issued the order suspending the strike.
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