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ASUU Strike: Tinubu pledges 25% Allocation on Education

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The ruling party (APC) flagbearer has pulled out his Economic Agenda that will put end to ASUU strike in Nigeria as he pledged to assign 25 per cent of Budget on Education.

He also recorded his Economic Agenda to facilitate 6 new Regional Economic Development agencies that will end insecurity.

The Ex-Gov explained this on Arise TV morning show on Thursday.

In addition, He has designs to boost GDP-Gross Domestic Product growth to 12 per cent over four-year, attain15,000 megawatts, reduce fuel subsidy and formulate a new national infrastructure strategy.

Tinubu to implement this economic scheme to surpass UNESCO, Member States’ approval on a level of educational allocation of 4 to 6 per cent of GDP or 15 to 20 per cent of govt expenditure.

The Nigerian varsity lecturers has embarked on strike since 14th of February.

The union has placed its demands before the FGN and to implement its 2009 agreement with the Federal Govt, payment mode and other demands.

The 70-year-old emerged as ruling party flagbearer after the party primaries on Wednesday in Abuja.

He was presented the party flag at APC headquarters by President Buhari and other party leaders in Abuja.