Femi Falana, a human rights attorney, asserts that the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) would soon end its strike.
This information was revealed by Falana, who also serves as ASUU’s attorney, on Monday in Lagos at the launch of Lanre Arogundade’s book.
The present industrial action by lecturers began on February 14—nearly eight months ago.
Falana has now made a suggestion that the strike will end outside of the courtroom.
This occurs in the midst of the appellate court’s directive that the instructors at public universities return to the classroom.
“The legal counsel I provide to my clients shall be kept secret. However, I can guarantee that the strike will soon be ended.
As Falana said.
The demands for adequate funding of the university educational system to a level consistent with worldwide standards have caused conflict between the federal government and ASUU.