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ASUU officially announced the suspension of 10 months old strike



The Academic senior staffs of university popularly known as ASUU has officially announced the suspension of ten months old strike.

The official announcement came in on the 23th of December as they publish the announcement on there social media handles.

The Academic staff decided to suspend the strike following the agreement meet by the various party which is the federal government of Nigeria and the ASUU officials.

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Previous weeks and months the both parties have been on several meetings trying to find an lasting solution to the strike but to no avail, not until this morning the great news came in as they suspend the industrial action.

They Chairman of the association of recent posting that they are likely to suspend the strike since they have start getting payment of withheld salaries from the government.

It was also record that the union has stand on there ground not to resume classes or call off the strike of they are not paid there withheld salaries which was done today.

The 10 months strike which has officially ended today has been a one of a hell for many Nigeria student as they have been kept a way from classes and study for so long.

This is will be one of the best news most Nigeria students will received this month as they have been praying that the industrial action set by the association be call off and finally it has been called off.

Before the final pronouncement the following conditions were given by the Association

And they are as follow

  • To accept the agreement reached
  • To consciously monitor the implementations of agreement
  • To ensure no Non-IPPIS complaint suffers because of the strike
  • To ensure mainstreaming of EAA
  • Conditionally suspend the strike and can go back anytime there is bridge in agreement


Congrats to all Nigeria student as they prepare to resume, and continue with there studies as usual.


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Lagos state pays 38 million naira in compensation over acquired lands.



The lagos state ministry of agriculture have reportedly pay the sum of 38 million naira as compensation to farm and crop owners over the acquiring of the land.

The compensation was extended to 15 traditional land owing families of Ladekin, Igbodu, and Molajoye all in Epe over the acquisition of 500 hectares of land in there community for the purpose of integrated Agricultural activities.

Mrs Abisola Olusanya who is the state commissioner for agriculture made the cheque presentations to representatives of the concerned communities over the weekend in Lagos, she explained that this acquisition  was part of the 5-Year Agricultural and Food Systems Roadmap which was recently launched.

She also state that by acquiring the lands,  she government is also moved for great infrastructure and use it for Agricultural purposes, so therefore creating jobs opportunities for individuals around the community.

Lagos pays 38 millions for acquiring lands

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breaking news: Catholic Church suspends Father Mbaka amidst Buhari issues



Breaking this morning is the suspension of a renowned reverend father, Rev. Father Ejike Mbaka by the enugu diocese for repeated clash with president Buhari.

It was reported that father Mbaka has been on a political clash with the Nigerian president, Buhari.

The Reverend father have been calling on Buhari to step down or do the needful for his country, as the nation has been on a wide cry for peace.

Mbaka revealed that God spoke to him to ask the president to step down and if disobey may faced the consequences few weeks back which made him trend on all social media platform.

The catholic church decided to issue this later of suspension to Rev. Mbaka saying his conduct was smearing the image of the church.



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Breaking News: Nigeria air force aircraft crash while returning to abuja airport



With a sad note it has been reported that the Nigeria air force aircraft returning to the abuja airport had a sad crash killing all seven personnel on board.

This was report through a short release by the air vice marshal ibikunle on his twitter handle.

Here is his post

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