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LeBron James Responds To Russell Westbrook

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LeBron James Responds To Russell Westbrook

LeBron James Responds To Russell Westbrook

LeBron James Responds To Russell Westbrook.

Russell Westbrook has been slandered quite a bit over the last year or so, although for good reason. He was awful with the Los Angeles Lakers this past year, and there is a lot of talk about whether or not he still has what it takes to be a superstar point guard. Russ has definitely heard the chatter surrounding his name, and yesterday, he took to Instagram with an audio clip of Nipsey Hussle talking about how he always tries to be himself, no matter what.

“I learned when I was younger that you can put your expectations of me on me,” Hussle says. “I’m me. You feel me? You’re not ever going to make me feel bad for it. You’re not going to make me react on how you’re reacting to me. I don’t care, I’m me. If part of who am I is crossing the line or basic things, I’m going to check myself. But we all are individuals so for you to think my balance or my ratio…I’m too this or too that or I don’t have enough of this or enough of that, that’s all love, just keep it to yourself.”

There have been rumors that LeBron James isn’t so fond of Russ anymore, however, that seems to not be the case. In the comments section of Russ’ latest post, LeBron is right there as he wrote “HIM!! Solid as they come.” Clearly, LeBron resonated with Russ’ post, and there are no ill feelings going around right now.

Regardless, Russ will likely be traded in the offseason as the Lakers are looking to retool this roster. Russ was not the answer this year, and he certainly won’t be the answer next year, either.

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Strike Not Ending Soon – ASUU President Confirm

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Strike Not Ending Soon – ASUU President Confirm

Strike Not Ending Soon – ASUU President Confirm

Strike Not Ending Soon – ASUU President Confirm.

ASUU started its strike on February 14, 2022 and JAC commenced its own on April 14, 2022.

The union embarked on industrial actions while demanding improved welfare packages, better working conditions and implementation of various labour agreements signed with the Federal Government between 2009 and 2020.

The national leaders of ASUU and JAC of SSANU and NASU, Prof Emmanuel Osodeke and Mr Mohammed Ibrahim, respectively told our correspondent that the Federal Government and all stakeholders in the education sector and religious leaders had a meeting with the four unions but no strong agreements were reached.

The Minister of Labour and Employment, Senator Chris Ngige, was quoted in a report at the weekend as saying, “We had a cordial and fruitful discussion; we looked at the issues dispassionately and reached some agreements, to the satisfaction of everybody in attendance.”

But Osodeke said Ngige’s claim after the meeting that the unions would call off the ongoing strike this week was a political statement.

He said, “We are not aware that we are calling off the strike. We met but there was nothing concrete between us and the government. Like we said before, we do not want promises, we want actions, if they show action and implement all the issues, we will go to our members, but knowing their antecedents, we know they will not do anything.

They promised us since December 2020 and it is going to a year and a half, they have not done anything. We are waiting for them.

“As far as we are concerned, only when they sign our agreements, accept UTAS, release EAA and revitalisation funds will we call the strikes off.”

Emmanuel added that the major progress he could point at during the meeting was the ordering of the National Information Technology Development Agency, by the presidency who was represented by the Chief of Staff to the President and Chairman of the meeting, Prof. Ibrahim Gambari, to subject the three payment solutions; Integrated Payroll and Personnel information system , University Transparency and Accountability Solution and University Peculiar Payroll Payment System, to integrity test and submit in three weeks.

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