Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU), will announce a decision on whether to embark on fresh industrial action soon.
There are rumours that ASUU plan to go on a one month warning strike.
In an ongoing meeting on Monday, majority of the lecturers have agreed on strike.
Members of the union’s National Executive Council held marathon meetings since Saturday at the University of Lagos.
At the time of filing this report, ASUU members have converged on the Tayo Aderinokun Auditorium, behind Faculty of Law, University of Lagos to announce the resolutions of the two-day meeting titled, ‘NEC for NEC.’
ASUU had sensitised and mobilised lecturers and students across all universities on the reason the union might likely go on strike.
Chairman of one of the branches, who did not want his name mentioned because he’s not in a position to speak, said the least consideration so far is a warning strike.
He said: “ASUU is being considerate but the actions of the Federal Government are not helpful. The least consideration, for now, is a warning strike.
“Some of our branch representatives feel we should commence strike outrightly but others advised that apart from the lecture free-day declared, we should embark on another warning strike before the full, indefinite strike.”