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Many of the nation’s universities on Tuesday complied with the strike called by the national leadership of the Academic Staff Union of Universities.

ASUU had on Monday began a two-week strike to press the Federal Government to implement its 2019 agreement and resolution.

Lecturers at the University of Nigeria Nsukka on Tuesday joined the warning strike.

One of our correspondents reported that academic activities at the institution were totally paralysed.

Although students were seen on campus, no lecture took place, just as the task force set up by ASUU, UNN were seen moving from place to place to ensure total compliance.

 Two 100-level students of Political Science, Cathrine Emmanuel and Okuba David, said the industrial action had affected the school’s academic programme.

 They regretted that the test they had prepared for which was to hold on Tuesday was postponed indefinitely.

Also, at the Ahmadu Bello University, ASUU joined the two-week strike on Tuesday.


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