ASUU Strike: LAUTECH Students Give Lecturers 72 Hours To Pull Out Of Strike

LAUTECH Students Give Lecturers 72 Hours To Pull Out Of Strike

The Students Union body of the Ladoke Akintola University of Technology (LAUTECH), Ogbomoso, has given the LAUTECH chapter of the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) 72 hours to withdraw from the ongoing strike.

This is contained in a statement jointly signed by its President, Anuoluwa Adeboye, and Public Relations Officer, Gabriel Michael.

The union, in a statement made available to newsmen on Friday in Ibadan, urged the lecturers to toe the path of lecturers at the Kwara State University (KWASU) who opted out of the strike.

The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that ASUU had commenced a nationwide strike due to disagreements between it and the Federal Government.

The LAUTECH students’ body said that it would see ASUU in the institution as saboteurs and resort to confrontation, if it fails to withdraw from the action.

“We are giving the leadership of ASUU LAUTECH 72 hours to borrow a leaf from ASUU KWASU that wrote a special letter to the National ASUU based on peculiarity in their institution.

LAUTECH ASUU should opt out of this ongoing strike or else the students’ union will be left with no choice than to see ASUU LAUTECH as saboteurs to the progress of LAUTECH.

“They are doing these for their selfish interests and total confrontation will commence after the 72 hours ultimatum,” it said.

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Source: Vanguard 

 


 

 

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