Posted on Mon 13 Nov 2017, 10:30 AM

The Academic Staff Union of Polytechnics, ASUP has said that it will commence a total and comprehensive indefinite strike on Monday as a result of the Federal Government's failure to uphold agreements made with ASUP.

According to the union President, Usman Dutse, there was a meeting between the union and ministry of labour on October 16 and an agreement to come up with a memorandum of understanding to resolve the outstanding issues was made but the union had yet to receive any.

"All academic activities will be suspended during the strike...our union is constrained to lament that our sector is on the verge of collapse and needs all the emergency attention it urgently deserves"

 

By Joseph Odeh

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But why now?????, students just returned to schools and need to settle down.

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