ASUU begins protest against ‘no work, no pay’ policy

LAGOS—Members of the Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU, yesterday embarked on a protest to express dissatisfaction with the invocation of the ‘no work, no pay’policy of the Federal Government. Recall that the federal government had said the lecturers who were on strike for eight months should be ready to forfeit their salaries in accordance with its ”no work, no pay” policy. Members of the union in University of Lagos chapter, who locked down the campus by marching from the Julius Berger Auditorium to the main gate, also boycotted classes, as the day was declared lecture-free. They called on Nigerians

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