This is as our correspondent learnt that zonal meetings will commence by the end of the week after which branches would go ahead with congresses.
A member of the union’s National Executive Council, who did not want his name in print because he was not permitted to speak on the matter, disclosed this to The PUNCH.
“The National Strike Organising Committee will meet today (Wednesday), after which zonal meetings will commence this weekend and then congresses will be held.
“From there, information will be passed to our members on the next development; the president alone cannot decide, there are processes,” he said.
Meanwhile, ASUU President, Prof Emmanuel Osodeke, on Wednesday, urged Nigerian students not to vote for politicians who have their children studying in institutions outside the country.
Osodeke spoke on a Twitter Space Webinar organised by Premium Times and tagged, ‘ASUU strike, Revitalisation Fund and the Way Forward.’
“Anybody you believe cannot take care of your interests, whose children are busy studying abroad, who are living abroad, don’t vote for them.
“I repeat, you don’t need to vote for them, because you don’t vote for people who will take your life,” he said.
The PUNCH reports that the ASUU has been on strike since February 14, 2022,
A meeting the union had with the Federal Government ended in a deadlock on Tuesday.