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24 Mar
NASU, NLC protest alleged marginalisation in salary scale, incentive
11 Feb
NASU, SSANU Unilorin chapter block school gate
25 Jan
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24 Jan
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22 Jan
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9 Jan
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27 Jul 2019
Senate wades into ASUU, NASU crisis
20 Jul 2019
ASUU, NASU petition Reps over alleged wrongful dismissal of 500 staff.
18 Jul 2019
We must not allow ASUU, NASU crisis to degenerate, Senator Aliero tells Senate
18 Jul 2019
What Ahmed Lawan said about ASUU, NASU crisis
10 Mar 2018
NASU takes protest to ministry as strike enters three months.
3 Feb 2018
House Committee to meet minister of education over NASU industrial action.

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