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FG vs ASUU: Northern group seeks Zullum, Matawalle’s intervention, gives reason

The Nationwide Skilled Group and Northern Nigerian Youths Frontiers, has referred to as on eminent leaders within the nation to assist break the impasse within the ongoing negotiations between the Federal Authorities and Educational Workers Union of Universities (ASUU).

The teams made the decision at a joint information convention on Sunday in Kaduna State.

They mentioned that eminent Nigerians ought to deliver the Authorities and ASUU collectively to iron out all variations, for an finish to the lingering strike by the college lecturers.

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Spokesman of the group, Mr Mustafa Gwarzo, particularly referred to as on Gov. Babagana Zullum of Borno and Gov. Bello Mutawalle of Zamfara, to urgently wade into the dispute.

He mentioned that after vast session with vital stakeholders, the teams resolved to hunt the intervention of the 2 revered governors, to fulfill with President Muhammadu Buhari and the management of ASUU to resolve the problems.

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“The 2 governors command respect and recognition, based mostly on their excellent management qualities, particularly on the subject of points that have an effect on the survival of the frequent man and their dedication to humanity.

“College students are bored with staying at house, and kids of the lots are struggling, whereas some have develop into hardened criminals and restive people because of the extended strike.

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“The continuing protests throughout the nation is because of the idleness and frustration among the many teeming Nigerian youths, that don’t have anything doing,” he mentioned.

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