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FG vs ASUU: Court adjourns case until September 19




FG vs ASUU: Court adjourns case to September 19 – TEAM PLATO REPORT




























The National Industrial Court has adjourned the case filed by the Federal Government challenging the ongoing strike by the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) until Monday, September 19 for a hearing of the Federal Government’s interim application.

At the resumed hearing on Friday, counsel for the Federal Government, James Igwe, asked the court to grant the case an expedited hearing due to the urgency of the matter to enable the students to return to school.

Igwe told the court that since the matter is already in court, it would be appropriate for the strike to be called off, pending the determination of the case.

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