Nigeria goment don comité de renogotiate di Agreement wey goment enta wit Academic Staff Union of Universities plus oda unions am for universities. ASUU for March 23 strike for the inability of food to respect a part of the agreement pr Ogunyemi who noticed it; “The efforts of government agents to derail the strike by distracting from the IPPIS device and refusing wages have failed because the Union fought a just cause” Di Minister of Education Adamu Adamu wey wey di Comité pour dire di Essenz de dis équipe na epp all address di yawa wey don gas sake from an area of the agreement di. As of December 2012, Nigeria had 37 federal, 37 government and 50 private universities, bringing the total number of accredited universities to 124 (Intersociety 2012). Out of 97 Fachhochschulen in Nigeria, the federal government has 36, 48 states and 13 private states. Regarding the reopening of universities, he said that ASUU opposes the reopening of universities because it is not convinced of the willingness of these institutions to respect the COVID-19 protocols established by the NCDC on the opening of schools. Le Dr. The renegotiation team led by Wale Babalakin felt different and said: “Should the federal government release the sum of N1 trillion each year to fund university education, which represents 70% of the total capital released for 2017, which amounted to N1.3 billion? We believe this is not realistic in a country that has other competing needs such as infrastructure, defence, security, health and other needs that require the urgent attention of the government. ASUU President Nasir Fagge was unable to confirm which part of the agreement was implemented. . . .