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ASUU: We’re nonetheless on strike – Lecturers in LAUTECH refute resumption rumours

The Ladoke Akintola College of Expertise (LAUTECH) Ogbomoso Chapter of Educational Employees Union of Universities (ASUU) has dissociated itself from a resumption calendar launched by the establishment’s registrar, Mr. Kayode Ogunleye.

The union insisted that its members are nonetheless on an indefinite strike till the federal authorities meets her calls for.

Our correspondent discovered that Ogunleye in a memo written on behalf of the Vice-Chancellor of the college, Professor Michael Olufisayo Ologunde, mentioned the Senate of the college authorised the amended educational calendar for the 2019/2020 educational session.

However, ASUU whereas reacting maintained that the educational employees of the establishment remains to be on strike.

The union added that the strike is in compliance with the nationwide battle of ASUU.

The union in a press release signed by ASUU Chairman, Dr. Biodun Olaniran, mentioned the educational employees of the establishment are nonetheless concerned within the ongoing nationwide ASUU strike.

Olaniran added that the union is not going to betray the battle to
get a greater public varsity and welfare system for her members.

He suggested dad and mom to not permit their wards waste scarce assets in coming to highschool which is but to renew.

Olaniran mentioned, “Our Union is in receipt of 2019/2020 amended educational calendar launched by the Vice-Chancellor by the workplace of the Registrar.

“The Educational Employees Union of Universities LAUTECH department needs to dissociate itself from the mentioned memo.

“That is towards the rules of our Union and we want to inform most people that our department is actively collaborating and in addition in full assist of the continuing nationwide battle.”