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Kogi ASUU strike: Group wants Gov. Bello to meet striking education workers

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An education-focused advocacy group, Education Rights Campaign (ERC), has called on the government of Kogi State to meet the demands of striking workers in the state’s education sector to ensure the resumption of academic activities in state-owned tertiary institutions. The group also condemned the Governor Yahaya Bello-led Kogi State government for its continued indifference to demands spelt out by the staff unions in all the state-owned institutions, who have been on strike for 93 days.

ERC’s position was made known in a statement signed by Mrs. Usman Teresa, its Kogi State Coordinator. The group, in addition, demanded improved funding of public education and provision of adequate teaching facilities at all levels of education in the state and condemned the violent police violent repression of students who protested, on Monday, the continuous closure of their schools.

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