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The much awaited executive council met in a closed door Saturday morning at Mambayya House in Kano but in secret to discuss the possible calling off, of the more than 5 months strike embarked upon by the academic staff union.
The Saturday meeting attracted over 50 universities reports say.
The meeting agenda is yet to be made public but the expectations are that the intervention of President Goodluck Jonathan with the Union Leaders will top the agenda in a bid to end the protracted strike in consonance with the 2009 agreements with government.
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