The ongoing strike of about eight months now has affected the future of all students, whether you like it or not this has affected your future of finishing your school in time. The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) promised a meeting by tomorrow, Friday, 27th of November, it’s what many are waiting for. The good news is that the strike will be called off this year, but schools are set to resume on the 2nd of January.
The resumption came this early for schools to push their calendar and see if there would be a catch up with the standard calendar. Students are advised to resume in time, if possible they should be in their various institutions on or before the 4th of January, which Monday. Lectures are to start will full force on the 4th of January.
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why schools won’t resume this year
December is already pushing November to give it space, it will be a bad step to take if the Institutions tell students to resume this year. Alot will start to prepare for how many weeks? It is to so stressful to go and come back within a short period of time.
Therefore, all institutions are to resume on the 2nd of January and begin lectures on the 4th if the strike is called-off
This update is submitted to change as there’s always a new development from Asuu and Federal government meeting. Await Friday 27th November, 2020 update.
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Source : Opera news