The National Industrial Court has issued a directive to the Academic Staff Union of Universities ASUU, ordering them to immediately end the ongoing nationwide strike.
Meanwhile, a few hours after the National Industrial Court issued the order, the Academic Staff Union of Universities ASUU responded and revealed its next line of action.
REASONS Why Court Want ASUU To Resume School Immediately
According to the Sun, the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) has been ordered by the National Industrial Court to end its strike immediately.
Justice Polycarp Hamman issued an order on the Federal government’ s interlocutory injunction, preventing ASUU from proceeding with the industrial action pending the outcome of the case.
Justice Polycap, on vacation, issued an order to have the matter sent back to the president of the Industrial Court to be assigned to a different judge.
Just a few hours prior, the National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS) had vowed to shut down all political campaigns until public university students returned to class.
On Wednesday, a few days before September 28, the formal deadline for candidates to kick off campaigning as indicated by the Independent National Electoral Commission, NANS National Taskforce Chairman Ojo Olumide made the announcement at a news conference in Abeokuta, the capital of Ogun State.