Nigeria’s University Strikes – Winners, Losers and Ways Forward

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[The Conversation Africa] Lecturers in Nigerian public universities have embarked on strikes 16 times since 1999. Cumulatively, the public universities have lost about 50 months of their academic calendar to these actions in the last 23 years. The reasons for the strikes generally relate to funding and salary issues.

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