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The conditional suspension of the eight-month-old strike by the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) has elicited mixed reactions.

Naija News earlier reported that a member of the union’s National Executive Committee (NEC) had told Channels TV in the early hours of Friday that the strike had been called off.

He said ASUU decided to suspend the strike after members of the union’s NEC held a meeting which started on Thursday night and lasted into the early hours of Friday.

The union had fixed the meeting to decide the next line of action after the Court of Appeal directed its members to resume last week.

However, some Nigerians have taken to the micro-blogging platform, Twitter to express their views regarding the suspension of the strike.

See some of the reactions below.

@quincypetersjr wrote: “So what changed? Hope their demands were met if not.. don’t tell me students & lecturers whose lives & academic career has been hanging in d balance for 8 months was all for nothing but strong head. I hope it was worth it tho?”

@AdeyinkaAdeshi6 wrote: “The strike really dealt with my business now I’m going to be starting from afresh again.
God, I need help.”

@rutie_xx wrote: “ASUU don call off the strike. Time to pack my bags.

@Pricele86022297 wrote: “Thank you for calling it off, make I finish my final year exam you can continue with the strike if Una wishes.”

@peacejimmy2022 wrote: “Resumption is going to be funny sha, no money anywhere.”

@aystickz wrote: “Nobody happy reach landlords for this ASUU strike suspension.”

@babygirljasz wrote: “ASUU don call off strike Twitter Kitchen go too dry. Na ‘who is supposed to cook and clean between a couple if the woman is earning six figures’ go full TL 😭😭”

@jamiu_BIN_ladin wrote: “ASUU don call off strike, time to start checking my departmental Group chat messages 👍

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