Social Economic Right and Accountability Project (SERAP), has threatened to take legal action if the Federal Government fails to call off the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) strike by next week Tuesday.


According to SERAP, it says that ASUU has been on strike for over one month now yet Federal Government has not said anything or do something about it.


The nonpartisan group says some student who are supposed to be in school by now are being caught in some illegal action since ASUU went on strike.


SERAP made this known in its twitter page on Thursday.


It reads: Dear @AsoRock, ASUU, It’s now over a month without a deal to end ASUU strike action. We have been contacted by many students caught up in the action. We’re taking legal action against @AsoRock and ASUU if you fail to agree a deal and re-open our universities by next Tuesday.