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23 Jul 2017

ASUU ban : Kogi Varsity management orders lecturers to resume work Monday or face consequences

In view of the order given by the Kogi State governor, Alhaji Yahaya Bello, banning the operations of the Academic Staff Union of Universities, Kogi State University chapter, the management of the state owned institution has ordered lecturers to resume work tomorrow Monday 24 July, 2017 or be ready to face the consequences.
The management also announced full resumption of academic activities in the school after a prolonged strike action embarked upon by the university since February 2017.

In a statement signed by the Registrar of the university, Dr Y.I Abubakar, he disclosed that the management had received a letter from the governor, indicating that ASUU KSU has been banned and would not be allowed to further hold the students hostage from resuming their academic activities which has been crippled for several months due to the dispute between the state government and its employees.

The statement reads in part,”I write on the directive of the University Management to request all Deans of faculties, Ag. Provost, College of Health Sciences, Heads of Departments/Units, to resume full academic activities with immediate effect”.

“The governor has met with our demands no need for us to suffer our student at home doing nothing anymore. This has become imperative in view of the fact that Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) has been proscribed and all members of Academic Staff would be treated individually based on the terms.

“The University Management order ASUU to resume school activities on Monday all faculties will commence lectures on Monday 24th July, 2017.”

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