CDHR To NUT: Suspend Planned Sympathy Strike With ASUU

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CDHR To NUT: Suspend Planned Sympathy Strike With ASUU
Posted on: October 22, 2013, 05:53:47 PM
COMMITTEE for Defence of Human Rights, CDHR, Delta State chapter, has called on the Nigeria Union of Teachers, NUT, to suspend its planned sympathy strike with the Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU. “We feel strongly that it is not
necessary.
Another strike by NUT at this time will
compound the problems already
encountered by parents of their
wards,” the state chapter said in a statement by the chairman and
secretary, Benefit Orugbo and Chief
Fred Omereyone.
According to Delta CDHR, “The
problems of insecurity and moral
decadence will be worsened among pupils in the various schools in the
country if NUT fails to heed this modest
advice. NUT should not bow to
pressures by embarking on a
sympathy strike as the Federal
Government has not failed the NUT in its obligation to members in the past.
“We have experienced over time that,
like a game of football where two
giants fight, the grass bears the main
brunt of the battle. The grass in the
ASUU strike appears to be the students in this case, as members of ASUU and
the government may not suffer any
pains at the end of the strike, but
students, definitely, will lose ground
by the time they will graduate.
“The respective interests in the ASUU strike ought to be addressed by the
deliberating parties to protect,
promote and secure the future of the
average Nigerian student who cannot
afford education abroad.”


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