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Latest ASUU News On Resumption, ASUU Strike Update Today, 1St September 2022

Latest ASUU News On Resumption, ASUU Strike Update Today,1St September 2022 –NigeriapenNG has compiled the latest ASUU news on the current strike embarked by the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU), a Nigerian union of university academic staff.

Latest ASUU News On Resumption, ASUU Strike Update Today, 31th August 2022

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Below is the latest Asuu strike update, asuu latest news on resumption and ASUU strike news today, tuesday, 30th August 2022, compiled by NigeriapenNG Nigeria.

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No More Negotiation With FG – ASUU

It was learnt that the lecturers made the resolution during their National Executive Council meeting, which began at about 12:15am on Monday and lasted for hours at their National Secretariat at the University of Abuja.

The communiqué of the meeting, which will give details of the decisions taken had not been released yet, but credible sources said the majority of the ASUU chapters across universities keyed into the decision to go on indefinite strike.

It was also learnt that beyond the indefinite strike, some lecturers had advised that the union should boycott further talks with the federal government until when another government is formed after the exit of President Muhammadu Buhari on May 29, 2023. ASUU had declared the commencement of a strike on Monday, February 14, 2022, and has been lingering for over six months.

Some Members Want Negotiation Stopped Until Buhari Leaves Office

A source close to the ASUU leadership at the Ahmadu Bello University (ABU), Zaria said that even though there was no resolution yet at the top level, some members of the union were of the opinion to stop negotiation with the federal government until when President Muhammadu Buhari leaves office in May 2023.

“I can assure you that this view is gathering momentum in many universities,” the lecturer said.

“Many lecturers believe that there is no need to keep dissipating energy talking to government officials because they are not ready to listen.

“I know that many lecturers here in ABU and others at BUK, Federal University, Dutse and in the South are of the opinion that ASUU should also foreclose talking to the government until after this government leaves.

Mix Reactions Trail Extension  

Parents and lecturers have expressed mixed reactions over the declaration of the indefinite strike by ASUU.

Hamisu Mohammed Musa, a lecturer in the French Department, ABU Zaria said the decision was apt and “In line with the feeling of the majority.”

According to him, “As far as this strike is concerned, we are not giving up despite all threats and intimidation.

“Government thinks it can threaten us with poverty by not paying us our salary, but do not know that the more they frustrated us that way, the more courageous we become.”

In her reaction, a unionist, Prof. Binta Abdulkarim also supported ASUU’s stance to continue with the strike.

ASUU-FG Meeting Ends In Deadlock, Strike To Continue

Latest ASUU News On Resumption, ASUU Strike Update Today, 30th August 2022

Tuesday’s meeting between the leadership of the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) and the Federal Government has again ended without an agreement.

This means the six-month old strike by public university lecturers is set to continue.

NigeriapenNG reports that the striking lecturers had met with the Professor Nimi Briggs Committee on Tuesday at the National University Commission in Abuja with high hopes of resolving the impasse.

Strike: No Lecturer Has Been Paid Since February – ASUU President, Prof Osodeke

President of the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU), Prof Emmanuel Osodeke has disclosed that since the ongoing strike which started in February, the government has held the salaries of lecturers.

He disclosed this while speaking on Channels TV this morning August 2. He accused the Federal Government of using hunger as a tool to force the striking lecturers into returning to their classrooms.

According to him, the Federal Government thinks that depriving the lecturers of their salaries will force the university teachers to collapse and end the strike.

“Our salaries have been held, this is the sixth month or salaries have been held. They thought that if they hold our salaries for two or three months we will come begging and say ‘pls allow us to go back to work. But we as a union of intellectuals, we have grown beyond that. You can’t use the force of hunger to pull our members back which is exactly what the government is doing.”

ASUU on February 14 embarked on strike to press home its demands for a better welfare package, revamping of the nation’s education sector among others, a situation that has forced many Nigerian students to be at home.

Worried by the lingering industrial dispute, President Muhammadu Buhari had on July 19 directed the Minister of Education, Adamu Adamu, to proffer a solution to the challenge and report back to him in two weeks.

The presidential ultimatum will elapse today and ASUU remains adamant until its demands are met. The union had on Monday August 1, announced a 4-weeks extension of its strike.

BREAKING: ASUU Extends Strike By Four Weeks

NigeriapenNG reports that ASUU announce it has extended its strike by another four weeks to give the Federal Government more time to meet its demands.

The union took the decision at the end of its National Executive Council meeting at its national secretariat in Abuja on Sunday.

In a statement by its President, Prof Emmanuel Osodeke, the union said: “Following extensive deliberations and taking cognisance of Government’s past failures to abide by its own timelines in addressing issues raised in the 2020 FGN/ASUU Memorandum of Action (MOA), NEC resolved that the strike be rolled over for four weeks to give Government more time to satisfactorily resolve all the outstanding issues.
“The role-over strike action is with effect from 12.01a.m. on Monday, 1st August, 2022.”

ASUU Gives Nigerian Govt Fresh Condition To End Strike

The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) has outlined fresh conditions the Nigerian government must take to end its six-month-long academic strike.

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The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) has outlined fresh conditions the Nigerian government must take to end its six-month-long academic strike.

Speaking on Channels Television’s Politics Today, ASUU President, Prof. Emmanuel Osodeke, said the government must exhibit transparency to end the ongoing strike.

“Government should tell us and Nigerians – the money that has been alleged to have been approved for revitalisation – how much is it and where is it lodged? When will it be released?” Osodeke said.

Osodeke added that the government must clearly state its position on the University Transparency and Accountability Solution (UTAS), a payroll system that ASUU wants as a replacement for the Integrated Payroll and Personnel information system (IPPIS).

“Three, have they accepted the agreement we reached with their panel? They should come and tell us this, and not go to the press,” Osodeke added.

“Strike is a symptom of a problem. Any day you sort out that problem, you will not have strike.”

ASUU has been on strike since February 14, 2022. It’s Now 8 Months Since Asuu Strike Began.

National Universities Commission To Meet VCs, Others On September 6 To Discuss Ending Strike

The  National Universities Commission (NUC) has announced it will meet with Minister of Education,  Malam Adamu Adamu, Pro-Chancellors and Vice-Chancellors of federal universities on the 6th of September  over the strike by the Academic Staff Union of Universities  (ASUU).

This was disclosed by the NUC Executive Secretary,  Prof. Abubakar Rasheed, in a statement signed by the Commission’s Deputy  Executive Secretary, Administration, Mr Chris Maiyaki, and made  available to newsmen in Abuja.

According to the News Agency of Nigeria, the NUC said the purpose of the meeting with the minister and others is to seek a succeeding solution to the crisis.

ASUU Is Heartless – NANS

The President of the National Association of Nigerian Students (NANs), Asefon Sunday, said the extension of the strike by ASUU because of their six months salary showed that they are wicked and heartless because 85 per cent of their demands have been acceded to.

He said: “We met with the executive secretary of the NUC and the minister of labour who told us that 85 per cent of their demands have been met and all efforts to meet with the ASUU leadership have been turned down by them.”

Sunday in a telephone interview with Daily Trust said: “I have messages I sent to him and he is not ready to meet with us. I remembered when I went to meet my vice chancellor to tell him we want to meet with the leadership of ASUU and he called him and spoke to him but nothing happened.”

“People will be thinking that what ASUU is asking for is for proper funding of education, yes, revitalisation is part of what they are demanding for, but 85 per cent of the demands are for the welfare of the members of ASUU,” he said.

It’s Not ASUU’s Responsibility To Fight For Infrastructure

The Spokesperson of Federal Ministry of Education, Bem Ben Goong, said it is not the responsibility of ASUU or any trade union to fight for infrastructural development.

He said the primary responsibility of ASUU or any other trade union is the welfare of its members but 95 per cent of what is contained in the 2009 agreement is about infrastructural development.

He condemned the claim that it is because of ASUU strikes that the universities are being developed.

“It is wrong for anyone to think the only way to grow a university is by going on strike that is retrogressive. You don’t need strike for government to invest in universities and it is not the responsibility of ASUU to pitch for infrastructural development,” he said.

Reacting to ASUU insistence of paying their salaries before they call off the strike, he said government cannot pay them for work they have not done. “Paying that money will be a huge fraud,” he said.

‘Lecturers Resigning In Droves At UNILAG’

The Chairman of ASUU, University of Lagos, Dr Dele Ashiru in a recent interview on a TV show said that more than 70 per cent of the brightest brains in academia had resigned their appointment, saying UNILAG is badly hit.

He said many young lecturers who were retained after undergoing mentorship in the university had all resigned.

He said, “The impact of the government’s insensitivity and deployment of the weapon of hunger might not be immediately known until after the strike.

“Those that are left are on the verge of leaving. No government in the history of Nigeria has been so insensitive, brash and disrespectful of the best brains in the country. This is unfortunate and a shame.”

A staff of the University of Lagos who spoke with our correspondent on the condition of anonymity also confirmed the development, saying most departments are losing lecturers every day because of the strike.

‘ASUU’s Decisions Not Binding On State Varsities’

State universities cannot be coerced by ASUU to implement an agreement reached between the federal government and lecturers in federal universities, the committee of pro-chancellors of state universities said on Monday.

The pro-chancellors also made a case for the democratisation of memberships of unions in universities.

In a statement by their Secretary, Marcus Awobifa, the pro – chancellors called for devolution of powers on the issues of labour, wages and salaries with freedom of the employers to negotiate with their employees, as it is practised in other parts of the world, where Nigeria borrowed the university system.

They took exception to the comments made by the President of ASUU, Prof Emmanuel Osodeke who allegedly called some state universities who have pulled out of the ongoing strike, quacks.

Protest: Honour Your Agreement With ASUU – Governor Ortom Tells FG

Benue State Governor, Samuel Ortom spoke on Tuesday during a protest organized by Nigeria Labour Congress in solidarity with ASUU.

Ortom who spoke through the secretary to the state government, Prof. Tony Ijohor (SAN), while receiving the protesting workers in solidarity with ASSU, challenged the federal government to borrow a leave from Benue state which is paying the state ASUU members their salary despite the sympathy strike.

“I wish to commend the NLC for embarking on the solidarity protest. For over five months, our children have been home and since the federal government is not doing anything about it, Benue State Government is fully in support of your action and we will communicate to Federal Government.

FG Must Implement First Before We Return To Class – ASUU Insists

NigeriapenNG reports that ASUU said the Federal government is not sincere in the management of the crisis that has lasted for five months.

The Nigeria Labour Congress, NLC, also stated that ASUU is right in its resilience to save the education sector.

Chairman of ASUU, University of Calabar Chapter, John Edoh said” it was inexplicable that the entire tertiary education system was shut down from Feb. 14 till today July 26 and the government has done nothing.”

John Edo who stated this in Calabar at the NLC solidarity protest said ASUU has several agreements and memoranda with the government which has not been implemented.

Edoh said, “This time is a time of implementation, the Federal Government must implement first before we return to the classrooms.”

Edo who also spoke on the Integrated Payroll and Personnel Information System, IPPIS, said, “IPPIS was not congenial with university modus-operandi.

“ASUU developed the University Transparency and Accountability Solution UTAS which was tested and it passed for the Federal Government to pay the emoluments of University staff but the government has refused to use it.

“We are not imposing on the government how to be paid, it is a collective bargaining process, we are saying that IPPIS lacks the ability to capture the peculiarity of the university system.

Peter Obi Backs ASUU, Buhari Should Take Over The Negotiation Not Minister

NigeriapenNG reports that reports that the former governor of Anambra State, Peter Obi, said President Buhari must take personal charge in the management of issues in the country to ensure things go well in the remaining ten months he has to leave office.

The Labour Party presidential candidate, who has massive followership of youths and professionals in his presidential ambition faulted the idea by president Buhari to delegate the negotiation with ASUU to ministers who have been at the table with the university lecturers without any solution to the five months strike.

“What we have on our hands is a situation that requires presidential intervention. The minister that has been given an ultimatum has not just been appointed to oversee the education sector. It is not that he has just been drafted to do the job.

“This is a job that has not been done to deliver on an outcome that is desirable, so, giving an ultimatum to your minister is like saying, continue to talk as they’ve been doing,” peter Obi said.

Peter obi also said it was worrisome that the demands of ASUU are made to look like difficult desires, stating that it was wrong that Councilors and local government chairmen are earning more than professors who build the capacity required to move an economy and country.

ASUU Strike: Two Weeks Is Too Long To End Strike, Just Sign- ASUU To Buhari

Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU, has replied Buhari on the two weeks given to Education Minister Adamu Adamu to end the strike that has lasted six months, stating that what the President should do is sign the agreement with ASUU.

ASUU President, Prof. Emmanuel Osodeke, made the statement on Tuesday in reaction to President Buhari’s directive on Tuesday to Minister of Education, Adamu Adamu, to within two weeks make sure that university lecturers return to school.

Also, Senator Shehu Sani has faulted the directive of President Buhari to ASUU, stating that Buhari’s directive should have been given to the Finance Minister to pay the university lecturers’ body the money it is demanding.

ASUU Declares Continuation of Strike, Disowns Breakaway Faction

Hopes of undergraduates returning to the classroom anytime soon have again been dashed as the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) has ruled out any possibility of suspending its six months old strike.

Addressing journalists in Abuja on Tuesday, ASUU President, Professor Emmanuel Osodeke, accused the Ministry of Labour and Employment, chaired by Chris Ngige as “Conciliator” for continuously creating more chaos in the resolution process.

ASUU had on February 14 embarked on a strike to press home its demand, including the government’s investment in the nation’s university infrastructure, and payment of members’ salaries through the recommended University Transparency and Accountability Solution (UTAS), among several others.

At the end of the 30 days, the federal government failed to arrest the situation, which gave ASUU the impetus to roll-over the strike on March 14. More recently, the union declared another 12 weeks’ strike, thereby keeping the students perpetually at home.

Otedola Endorsed Tinubu Because ASUU Strike Can’t Affect DJ Cuppy – Yusuf

NigeriapenNG reports that since Femi Otedola endorsed Bola Ahmed Tinubu, most netizens who have been singing his praises are alleging the billionaire benefits from Nigeria that has not been working.

A tweep, FS Yusuf, @FS_Yusuf_, stated, “DJ Cuppy is in Oxford University, you are in Yaba Tech. ASUU strike can never affect her but ASUU strike can halt your destiny. Otedola has the right to endorse a candidate and u have the right to reject it. Think twice. Suffer no be life.”

ASUU Disagrees With Labour Minister, Chris Ngige, Denies Receiving Invitation For A Meeting

The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) has maintained that they have not received any official invitation from the Federal Government for the earlier announced meeting with the government team aimed at resolving the areas of disagreements and calling off the strike.

ASUU To Call Off Strike Next Week – Education Minister

Minister of Education, Prof. Adamu Adamu, has stated that the ongoing industrial action embarked upon by members of the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) will be called off within the next one week.

ASUU Strike Update: Negotiation Committee Waiting For FG To Suspend Strike

Academic Staff Union of Universities and the Joint Action Committee of the Senior Staff Association of Nigerian Universities, and the Non-Academic Staff Union of Educational and allied institutions have both said they have yet to receive any message after discussing the 2009 agreements with the Federal Government renegotiation committee.

ASUU Gives Positive Update, Says Talks With FG Progressing Smoothly

The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) has revealed that the renegotiation of the 2009 ASUU-Federal Government agreement which has been a major bone of contention in its dispute with the government is progressing smoothly and has reached an advanced stage.

The lecturers union said that the University Transparency and Accountability Solution (UTAS), which the government has refused to accept, has been tested for the third time by the National Information Technology Development Agency (NITDA) and would start testing the Integrated Payroll and Personnel Informati on System (IPPIS) by next week.

This disclosure is part of the statement issued by the ASUU President, Professor Emmanuel Osodeke, and can be seen on the union’s website.

ASUU Issue Not As Simple As It Seems – Lai Mohammed

Federal Government has given indications that the lingering tussle between it and the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) is complex.

The Minister of Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed, said this on Wednesday after the Federal Executive Council (FEC) meeting chaired by President Muhammadu Buhari.

He said that in spite of the complexities, a lot is being d one behind the scene to resolve the issues.

The minister argued that the Federal Government is concerned about the protracted issues with the lecturers and will continue to work to find an early resolution to the problem.

FG Continues Talks With ASUU As Strike Enters Fourth Month

Federal Government has continued its negotiations with the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) as the strike by the lecturers enters its fourth month.

A meeting between the striking lecturers and the Professor Nimi Briggs Committee, however, ended without a concrete agreement as members planned to reconvene within 24 hours to consider a draft agreement.

University Students Lament As ASUU Strike Continues

Some students of Nigerian public universities have expressed frustration over the lingering strike by the Academic Staff Union of Universities(ASUU).

Some of the students in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Port Harcourt on Friday appealed to Federal Government to meet at least 50 per cent of ASUU demands to end the strike.

JAMB Tackles ASUU President Over Unfair Comment

Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has knocked the President of the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU), Prof. Emmanuel Osodeke, over a statement credited to the latter on the issue of admission into higher education institutions in the country.

Prof. Ishaq Oloyede-led JAMB, in a statement, said contrary to the erroneous belief of the ASUU President, the JAMB does not conduct admission for institutions but rather regulates the process.

ASUU Strike Update: FG-ASUU Meeting Holds Today

Federal Government will today meet with the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) while the Joint Action Committee of the Senior Staff Association of Nigerian Universities, and the Non-Academic Staff Union of Educational and allied institutions would have their meeting on Friday with the FG.

The meetings, NigeriapenNG understands, are geared towards resolving the ongoing strike by the various unions.

ASUU Strike Update: FG Team Fails To Meet Deadline To Resolve Issue

Prof. Nimi Briggs-led committee set up the Federal Government to renegotiate the 2009 Agreement signed by the government with the Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU, and put an end to the ongoing industrial action by the union has failed to meet the three-month time frame given it by the FG to conclude its assignment.

The committee, which was inaugurated by the Minister of Education, Malam Adamu Adamu, on March 7 this year, was given three months to conclude its assignment.

University Students Lament As ASUU Strike Continues

Some students of Nigerian public universities have expressed frustration over the lingering strike by the Academic Staff Union of Universities(ASUU).

Some of the students in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Port Harcourt on Friday appealed to Federal Government to meet at least 50 per cent of ASUU demands to end the strike.

JAMB Tackles ASUU President Over Unfair Comment

Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has knocked the President of the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU), Prof. Emmanuel Osodeke, over a statement credited to the latter on the issue of admission into higher education institutions in the country.

Prof. Ishaq Oloyede-led JAMB, in a statement, said contrary to the erroneous belief of the ASUU President, the JAMB does not conduct admission for institutions but rather regulates the process.

ASUU Strike Update: FG-ASUU Meeting Holds Today

Federal Government will today meet with the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) while the Joint Action Committee of the Senior Staff Association of Nigerian Universities, and the Non-Academic Staff Union of Educational and allied institutions would have their meeting on Friday with the FG.

The meetings, NigeriapenNG understands, are geared towards resolving the ongoing strike by the various unions.

ASUU Strike Update: FG Team Fails To Meet Deadline To Resolve Issue

Prof. Nimi Briggs-led committee set up the Federal Government to renegotiate the 2009 Agreement signed by the government with the Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU, and put an end to the ongoing industrial action by the union has failed to meet the three-month time frame given it by the FG to conclude its assignment.

The committee, which was inaugurated by the Minister of Education, Malam Adamu Adamu, on March 7 this year, was given three months to conclude its assignment.

It was gathered that Adamu gave the committee the go-ahead to continue its negotiation with the union since there seemed to be some progress even though nothing concrete was agreed to within the time limit

Therefore, the committee is expected to continue the negotiation with the union later this week after the public holiday.

Strike: ASUU Reveals That UTAS Is Undergoing Fresh Test

The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) has said the University Transparency and Accountability Solution (UTAS) is undergoing another round of tests by the National Information Technology Development Agency (NITDA).

The President of ASUU, Prof. Emmanuel Osodeke gave the update on a Human Right Radio in Abuja yesterday, clarifying several issues surrounding the ongoing strike and why the strike has lingered.

This is the third test being carried out on the UTAS accounting software by the government agency.

Osodeke said UTAS passed over 90 per cent in the first and second tests carried out on it, but that NITDA concluded that the payment platform failed some tests.

It ‘ll Take Nigerian Professor 100yrs To Buy APC, PDP Presidential Form – ASUU

ASUU Chairman at the University of Ibadan, Professor Ayoola Akinwole, who stated this in his June 12 statement said the high price of the presidential forms of the two major political parties is a strategy adopted by politicians to ensure looting continues in the country.

Professor Ayoola said no Nigerian professor can be able to purchase the presidential form of the ruling All Progressive Congress, APC, or the opposition Peoples Democratic party, PDP, without saving for 40 years to 100 years.

Professor Ayoola said it was time Nigerians and youth took over the affairs of the country from the corrupt politicians who have no plan for the country.

ASUU Disassociates Itself From An Intervention Fund, Rejects N50m Donation

ASUU has disassociated itself from an Intervention Fund while rejecting an N50m donation.

NigeriapenNG reports that the leadership of the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) has rejected the sum of N50 million that was donated as part of an intervention fund.

Ahmed Isah popularly called the “ordinary President ” of the berekete family radio station invited the union’s president, prof. Emmanuel Osodeke and his team on Saturday, June 11, to the radio program where the intervention fund idea was formally presented.

In his effort to make the union buy into the intervention fund idea, he disclosed that the Akwa Ibom state governor,Udom Emmanuel has donated N50 million to the course.

After presenting the money, ASUU’s president who wasn’t pleased with the development said the union shouldn’t be associated with such.

Angered by the union’s response, Ahmed fired back at ASUU and threatened to stop the intervention. Listeners who called in during the show described ASUU’s response as rude and insensitive.

This comes after the radio host had on June 1st, called on well-meaning Nigerians and presidential aspirants in the forthcoming general elections to contribute the same amount they had used in purchasing their nomination forms in view of settling ASUU’s demands and ending the strike.

Ahmed had also revealed that he has contributed N10 million of his personal money to the course.

ASUU Strike News Update Today

This page will provide ASUU Strike update on a regular basis. We hope to cover so many news and talking points about the ongoing ASUU strike. The Academic Staff Union of Universities has further declared another one month of strike since the outcome of the last meeting with the Federal Government did not end well.

We really do hope ASUU calls of this strike because Nigerian Students studying in Federal Universities are really not happy with it. They are always reading ASUU Strike News almost every day to know what is the fate of their academic pursuits.

But as we do our part by providing you with ASUU Strike News Updates, do your own part by studying and also learning other skills outside of the four walls of a classroom.

From credible news sources, ASUU is willing to suspend the strike as long as the Federal Government begins to fulfil their demands. However, ASUU news for today June 2022, has it that ASUU Strike has not yet been called off.

When Will ASUU Call Off Strike

Date when ASUU will call off strike is on July 2022. The current extension of the strike means that the next time they will enter meeting with FG will be next month.

But you should always do your best to stay updated on the Latest ASUU Strike news so that on daily basis you won’t miss out on important updates. We usually published a lot of news reports about ASUU Negotiations with the Federal Government so ensure you bookmark this page so you can get steady news.

ASUU Latest News Today

In Latest news about ASUU Strike today, the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) has decided to continue with the strike until the come to an agreement with the Federal Government.

So that is it for today, if you want to always remain abreast with all the news on ASUU, then do well to check back daily because we will be publishing fresh updates on this page.

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