The Academic Workers’ Union of Universities (ASUU) has suspended its three-week strike period following a contemporary agreement with the central.
In the contemporary parley involving the Minister of Finace, Zainab Ahmed, and Minister of State for Education, Emeka Nwajiuba, at the bidding of House of Representatives Speaker Femi Gbajabiamila yesterday in Abuja, the govt. is to unleash N30 billion of the N220 billion portion of the 2009 revilisation fund on the colleges at the weekend.
Also to be thought of is that the union’s earned educational allowance (EAA) stands at N22 billion to stop future strikes. ASUU President, the World Health Organization, which had issued the strike notice, was faulted by the minister. The World Health Organization claimed a N1.3 trillion liability by the dons.
Besides, the University of Urban Center (UNILAG) has recommended a way to unlock and enhance innate power in university administration. At the launch of the maiden issue of “SUSSURRI”-Our Voice Magazine, at the School of Medicine University of the Urban Center (CMUL), Idi-Araba, one of the key challenges of power within the gift university administration was a lack of expertise.
Ipaye said: “There is no public answerableness and no clear understanding of the rules and regulations, as well as a code of conduct that incorporates ethic guiding.” Again, there’s a perturbing tolerance and fostering of corrupt practices within the establishment.”
Ipaye, of the World Health Organization, proffered solutions by advising that Nigerians ought to invest in shopping for and reading books, adding,
“We’ve got to perpetually increase our command of the spoken West Germanic language. Find out how to create and use an applicable PC software package that’s relevant to our field. Transcend what’s expected to boost our power, evaluate and re-design our mode of product or service delivery. cooperation and important thinking that involves tasking our brains. Also, networking skills like knowing what your colleagues do by checking their operating places and knowing what they are doing otherwise.”
She also discussed the role of technology in enhancing power in administration by reiterating the university administration’s use of various social media in interacting with students.
She added: “On another level, we must always endeavour to boost our relationship with stakeholders within the system, as well as the scholars without whom there’ll be no university. We tend to run away from the very fact that while not students, we are going to be redundant. Let’s treat them as our customers and partners. The duty isn’t only for the vice-chancellors and teachers alone; we tend to be all stakeholders. We tend to all work together to realize the institutional strategic goals and objectives so our graduates are equipped with the required skills and competencies to create a distinction in the twenty-first century. We must, therefore, volitionally key into the move to more incorporate computing into the administration of our universities.”
“My charge to the United States of America is that, so as to unlock and enhance your power, you need to develop a reading culture, a thirst for data, and a want to try to do things higher. Remember that each work has the potential to be a self-portrait.” She said.