President of the union, Nuhu Ogirima, announced this on Wednesday at a briefing in Abuja after its expanded National Executive Council meeting.
According to Ogirima, the union suspended the strike following reassurances by the Federal Government to meet its major demands.
“The suspension is to enable government implement the agreements,” he said.
The COEASU president, however, said the union would reconvene in January 2019 to re-assess Federal Government’s commitment to the demands.
He said that the union would not hesitate to stay away from work again if government reneges on the agreement.
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