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Edo govt suspends associations in state-possessed universities : protest

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FOLLOWING the previous dissent by understudies of Ambrose Alli College, AAU, Ekpoma, Edo State, over the waiting strike by the Scholastic Staff Association of Colleges, ASUU, the state government has suspended all association exercises across all state-possessed organizations of higher learning.

The state government took the choice at its State Chief Committee meeting, yesterday.

An assertion by the Secretary to the State Government, Osarodion Ogie, said the impacted associations incorporate ASUU, Non-Scholastic Staff of Colleges, NASU, Ranking Staff Relationship of Nigeria Colleges, SSANU, Scholarly Staff Association of Polytechnics, ASUP, Non-Scholastic Staff Association of Polytechnics and all allied associations working across all state-possessed tertiary establishments.

He said: “By this notification, scholarly exercises are to continue in all state-possessed establishments and all unit of staff are coordinated to answer to their obligation posts right away

“Understudies across all state-claimed tertiary foundations are supposed to continue for addresses as vital measures have been taken to guarantee resumption of scholastic and non-scholarly exercises.

“The executives of the impacted establishments have been ordered to promptly pay all remarkable compensations.

“The administration of Ambrose Alli College, Ekpoma, is thusly coordinated to execute a no-work-no-pay strategy, proclaim empty and publicize the place of any staff that won’t continue work in accordance with this order.”

Understudies of AAU drove by the VP of the Public Relationship of Nigerian Understudies, NANS, Extraordinary Obligations, Odiahi Ikhine, said they left on the serene dissent to enlist their dismay over the continuous ASUU strike, which has saved understudies at home for a really long time and requested the state lead representative to imitate what was being finished in Kogi State, where there was no association and the scholarly schedule goes flawlessly without strikes.

“In Kogi State, there is no staff association and their scholarly schedule rushes to lean toward the understudies. A four-year course is a four-year course. There is no strike and the understudies are cheerful. I call on the lead representative to get the Kogi guide to put the Public ASUU strike to an end in AAU.”

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