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“This is Why Schools can’t Reopen on January 18, 2021” – ASUU President highlights concerns over #Asuustrike

ASUU strike news today! Prof. Biodun Ogunyemi, National President of the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU),  has explained why universities in the country can’t reopen, in spite of the National Universities Commission (NUC) directive for schools to resume academic activities on January 18, 2021.

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Professor Biodun Ogunyemi who appeared on a Channels Television Programme to discuss ASUU strike news today, January 12, said they are concerned about the safety of their members.

 

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Professor Biodun Ogunyemi, National President of the Academic Staff Union of Universities disclosed;

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“Our concern is rooted in the safety of our members. What happens to congested hostels, crowded classrooms? What flexible arrangements are in place? It is a situation of emergency. I’m not sure the Universities can cope.”

 

On if e-learning was an option for universities, the National President of Academic Staff Union of Universities disclosed that the necessary infrastructure was not in place.

 

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Professor Biodun Ogunyemi, The National President of Academic Staff Union of Universities added;

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“We are aware that some universities are putting measures in place, with alternative learning models,” he said. “Some are even trying blended classes, virtual and physical.

“But these efforts are limited. They get to a point they can’t go further.

“ASUU has been talking about revitalization since 2012. These are some of the areas where the assistance would have helped. Universities need huge funds to do this.

“People are saying start virtual classes, but more than 60 percent of our students will run into trouble – they can’t afford data or smartphones.”

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