Monday, 31 July 2017

ASUU Threatens Strike If Abducted Lecturers are not rescued

The Peoples Democratic Party, the Nigeria Labour Congress and civil
rights groups, on Sunday, lashed out at the Federal Government for the
killing of lecturers and oil workers on their way to the Lake Chad
Basin by the Boko Haram sect.

Also, the Academic Staff Union of Universities has threatened to "call
out" its members if its abducted members in the University of
Maiduguri are not freed.

least 48 people, including five lecturers of UNIMAID, about 15
soldiers, 11 members of the Civilian Joint Task Force and workers of
the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, were killed on Thursday
on their way to prospect for crude oil in Barno Yasu in the Magumeri
Local Government Area of Borno State.

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