ASUU strike: Kaduna state university resume academic activities


Di management of di Kaduna state university (KASU) don resume di second semester of dia 2020/2021 academic session.

Di tertiary institution ask all dia undergraduate and post-graduate student to resume lectures.

KASU don already begin dia second semester examination wey dem suspend sake of di strike wey ASUU go February dis year.

Acting Vice Chancellor of Kaduna state University, Professor Abdullahi Ashafa yan wit Channels Television say:

“Di school no get any industrial dispute wit di local branch of ASUU so why student go continue to dey house”.

Ashafa also warn students and lecturers say severe consequences go dey for any body wey refuse to resume as di management don direct.

Kaduna state govanor Mallam Nasir El-Rufai last week tok say di state no dey owe di lecturers so why dem go dey house.

Di govanor direct say make all di lecturers resume dia classes.

KASU don already begin di second semester exam as at August 2nd 2022.

So far di Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) neva tok anything on di mata.

ASUU embark on dia yearly industrial strike action Febuary 14th 2022.

State govaments and Naija students don adey ask why state institutions dey di strike as di strike suppose affect only FG own institutions.

Tori be say di state institutions dey support dia sister body to demand for dia pay from govament and proper funding of universities.


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