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The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) has denied the claim that the Federal Government has paid them a sum of N163bn as part of its agreement to end the ongoing strike.

ASUU in a statement titled Re: N163bn released to ASUU: Putting the record straight,’ and signed by the Ibadan zonal coordinator of the union, Dr Ade Adejumo said, the public is being misinformed about the government’s claim.

The statement reads in part: “Once again, the attention of our union has been drawn to another piece of misinformation which gives the impression that ASUU collects money from government.

“For umpteenth time, let it be known that our union is a patriotic organization whose activities are driven by principled conviction that the resources of the country can better be managed for the ultimate benefit of the Nigerian society, especially the education sector which is our immediate constituency.

Federal Government representatives and leaders of the Academic Staff Union of Universities during one of their meetings to end ASUU strike   ASUU Strike: Lecturers deny receiving N163bn from government 1k5ktkpTURBXy8xOGZiNDU4NGY3Njg5ZmE0NDNmMWRmNDRhNzVjOTZlZS5qcGeSlQLNAxQAwsOVAgDNAvjCwwFederal Government representatives and leaders of the Academic Staff Union of Universities during one of their meetings to end ASUU strike

“The government and all civilized individuals are aware of how the university is managed, so also the resources available to it. The government knows that it is the council and the university administration that receive and spend all the money coming into the university. ASUU doesn’t receive money from government and doesn’t spend it.

“Even money meant for our salaries and other allowances come directly to the university administration which prepares the budget and manages it. ASUU members collect only their salaries as paid by the university. Contracts and all the capital projects are awarded by the councils that are appointed by the government, not ASUU.

“It is in the context of the above that our union calls on the vice-chancellors and council chairmen to stop behaving like vultures that wait silently by the sidelines, waiting for the game to fall only to descend on the carcass.

“They should join forces with ASUU in its struggles to attract requisite funding into our public universities rather than working at cross purposes with us. Part of the least expected from them is to come out openly to put the record straight each time the government comes out with the deliberate falsehood that money has been released to ASUU.

ASUU president, Prof. Biodun Ogunyemi   ASUU Strike: Lecturers deny receiving N163bn from government 3jGktkpTURBXy83MWM5ODMxYmZlODM1YTlkMDdiYTBiNDAyNzk1MTE3Ny5wbmeSlQLNAxQAwsOVAgDNAvjCwwASUU president, Prof. Biodun Ogunyemi

Speaking on the money allegedly released by the government to the union earlier, ASUU National President, Prof Biodun Ogunyemi said the government’s claim about about release of N163bn is misleading.

He said, “the minister referred to the release of N163bn but that was not released by the Ministry of Education to revitalisation. That fund he alluded to was from TETFUND. TETFUND was there when we carried out the NEEDS Assessment in 2012. What we called Revitalisation Fund today is a product of that exercise of 2012. We have always drawn a line of distinction between what TETFUND gives and what we should access from the NEEDS Assessment Fund.

“They are different terms of intervention that should not be equated to one. TETFUND as an intervention agent is ASUU’s brainchild which became a reality. The funds from NEEDS Assessment is to fix specific items of deficiency in our system. Both Federal and state governments have now relinquished their responsibilities to TETFUND, they now hold on to it.”

Minister of Education, Mallam Adamu Adamu says ASUU strike may soon end.   ASUU Strike: Lecturers deny receiving N163bn from government sFektkqTURBXy9mMGY1ZmE4NzZlZjliZTRkMzY1MWZjNTg4MzQxOWMyNi5qcGVnkpUCzQMUAMLDlQIAzQL4wsMMinister of Education, Mallam Adamu Adamu says ASUU strike may soon end.

The Federal government and ASUU leaders have met eight times to resolve their differences and suspend the strike, but each meeting ended without concrete resolutions.

ASUU declared an indefinite nationwide strike on Sunday, November 4, 2018 at its NEC meeting held at the Federal University of Technology, Akure and since then, both the union and the Federal Government have been going back and forth to resolve the crisis.


Abass Sulaiman Adegoke, well known as Adegoke is a student of Federal Polytechnic Ede studying Civil Engineering, He is a media enthusiast, loves traveling, and has a special interest in personal development.

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Polytechnic lecturers issue strike notice




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The Academic Staff Union of Polytechnics (ASUP) has threatened to withdraw their services after 21 days if the Federal Government fails to address some issues bedeviling the polytechnic education system in Nigeria.

ASUP issued the ultimatum during its National Executive Council meeting at the Federal Polytechnic, Oko, Anambra on Thursday.

The resolution was entitled “Renewed Threats to the Survival of Polytechnic Education in Nigeria: The Position of the Academic Staff Union of Polytechnics”.

The National President of the union, Mr Usmam Dutse, said the polytechnic system, which had the mandate to provide training and research services for the nation’s ailing economy should not be allowed to die.

Dutse said some of their grouse included attempts to forcefully entitle ASUP members into the Integrated Personnel Payroll System, non-implementation of the Federal Polytechnic Act 2019 amendment and confined victimisation of union officers.

The national president told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) that 49 chapters of the union attended the NEC meeting out of the 52 chapters in the country.

He said others were ASUP/FGN 2010 agreement, renewed efforts at objectionable insertions in the review process of the scheme of services for polytechnics and violations in the implementation of the 2017 MoU signed with the government.

“Our union has reviewed the above situation as well as the refusal of government to respond to several correspondences on the issues captured above, we resolve to rise up to the occasion once again in defensc of the sector.

“The unions NEC is hereby issuing a 21-day ultimatum to the government to address the issues listed satisfactorily or risk the indefinite withdrawal of services by our members nationwide.

“As a follow up to this, all organs and chapters of our union are to begin mobilisation for engagement as we pursue this onerous task of rescuing the sector from imminent collapse,” he said.

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FPE Post-UTME Screening Date: How to reprint screening slip.




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The Federal Polytechnic Ede Post-UTME Examination date for Higher National Diploma (HND) and National Diploma (ND DPT) has been released.

ND DPT Screening exercise scheduled to hold between 21st -23rd of  October, 2019. And the HND screening will hold between 24th – 26th of October, 2019.

The Prospective candidates of Higher National Diploma (HND) and National Diploma (ND DPT) can Reprint their screening slip on the school website starting form 16th of October.

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How to reprint Federal Poly Ede Post UTME Slip

Go to Federal Poly Ede admission portal at

Supply your transaction ID or form number and password in the required columns.

Click on login, when logged in, your profile will display.
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Finally, print out your Federal Poly Ede Post UTME Screening Schedule.

Goodluck to all candidates.

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