Teaching union leaders in Nigeria are coming under mounting pressure to call off a lengthy higher education strike that has put university courses on hold for months, leaving hundreds of thousands of students in limbo. Members of the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) walked out in July over claims that the government had failed to implement a 2009 agreement to improve their welfare and ...
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Added November 07, 2013
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