Today’s Headlines:ASUU:Strike Organising Committee Begins Meeting;Electricity Workers Suspend Strike

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ASUU: Strike organizing committee meeting begins

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PUNCH can reveal that the Academic Staff Union of Universities National Strike Coordinating Committee has commenced meeting in response to the current strike in public universities in Nigeria.

The development was confirmed by a very reliable source in an interview with our reporter on Wednesday night.

ASUU had commenced a nationwide strike on Monday, February 14, 2022.

The union has accused the government of neglecting some of its incomplete demands such as distribution of earned allowances for professors, provision of funds for university revival, implementation of university transparency accountability system for payment of professors’ salaries and allowances. , among other things.

Electricity workers strike suspended

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The strike by the National Union of Electricity Employees (NUEE) has been withdrawn.

This came after discussions with the Minister of Labor and Employment Dr. Chris Ngige on Wednesday.

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The Osun State Government has advised residents to move across the state with security in mind.

The government has also asked the general public not to engage in commercial motorcycle riding, minibus and bus business without a license plate.

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The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission announced on Wednesday that from January 1, 2022 to August 5, 2022, 2,210 suspects involved in economic and financial crimes have been found guilty.

This information was disclosed by the EFCC Executive Chairman, Abdulrashid Bawa, to the media at a session on “Effective Reporting of Economic and Financial Crimes” held at the organisation’s headquarters in Abuja.

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