The Strike has been on for over four months –
Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba-Akoko (AAUA) has cut from the ongoing ASUU strike and announced that its students return to school on Monday to continue academic activities for the second semester, a statement by the Registrar, R.B. Olotu says.
The statement reads:
However, in a statement issued by the state chairman of AAUA’s ASUU, Dr. Busuyi Mekusi, the lecturers insisted they are still part of the ongoing national strike.
The statement urged ASUU members to disregard the call for resumption, stressing that the University Chapter of ASUU was in support of the action of its national body.
“We, the executives of ASUU, AAUA chapter, wish to dissociate ourselves from the purported resumption of academic activities in the university, as its members are still part of the ongoing national strike by the Union.
“Members should therefore, disregard any pullout to abandon the struggle, and be steadfast until the present position is reviewed by NEC. The Union also wants to make it abundantly clear that it would resist every tyrannical propensity to intimidate and harass its members”.