ASUU’s Acting Chairperson, Dr Daniel O. Aina, in a statement at the weekend, said the decision followed an understanding reached with the University Management Committee (UMC).
“This agreement does not truncate our earlier resolution but to allow students write their outstanding exams now slated for August 1st 2016. ASUU leadership shall abide by our earlier resolution on the total payment of the backlog salaries as the only condition for the suspension of the ongoing struggle”, the union said.
Governor Yahaya Bello had last week directed the Vice Chancellor of the university to re-open the university for academic activities with effect from today.
ASUU had on April 14 embarked on ‘No pay, No work’ action to make the state government offset all the arrears of salaries owed its members.
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