Minister Of Labour, Chris Ngige Says One Of His Child Is Also At Home Because Of ASUU Strike

2 years ago by: CLARA JANCITA
(f) at 31-08-2017 11:39AM (2 years ago)

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Chris Ngige, the minister of labour said yesterday that one of his children is affected by the current strike action of the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU).

He revealed this when he spoke with state house correspondents after the Federal Executive Council meeting.
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“Students who are supposed to take their exams and promotional exams have been forced by circumstances beyond their control to stay at home. I have one of my child at home as we speak. Government is leaving no stone unturned to make sure that we reach a conclusive agreement with ASUU so that they can go back to the classroom”
he said



ruthie (f) at 31-08-2017 12:52PM
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OYA QUICK QUICK
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Floyd29 (f) at 31-08-2017 01:16PM
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The thing affect ur piken too. China made asuu
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proly (f) at 31-08-2017 02:43PM
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Nija and asuu strike
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felicilin (f) at 31-08-2017 03:33PM
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hmmm just passing by
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Sniper101 (m) at 31-08-2017 03:48PM
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how true is it that his child is currently @home right as a result of the strike action by ASUU?

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Sniper101 (m) at 31-08-2017 03:51PM
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lemme also use this time to ask: 

the National chairman of ASUU, does any of his children school in Nigeria?
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ejikeiyo (m) at 31-08-2017 07:52PM
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WASTED GENERATION
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officynero (m) at 2-10-2017 09:04AM
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Roll Eyes
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