IBADAN-THE rescheduled second semester examination in the University of Ibadan fixed for next Tuesday may still be disrupted as leaders of the Senior Staff Association of Nigerian Universities, SSANU, Non-Academic Staff Union of Educational and Associated Institutions, NASU, and National Association of Technologists, NAAT, have directed their members to begin a one-week warning strike from that date.

The university authorities postponed the examination because of the one-week warning strike by the Academic Union of Universities, ASUU which ends today, when the lecturers refused to conduct the examination.

The strike, according to the Chairmen of SSANU and NASU, UI branch, Comrade Jonathan Olu Omolona and Comrade Olusola Fatoki respectively, at the congress of the unions Thursday said, was to compel the federal Government to implement the 2009 agreement signed with them.

Also, Hospital services may be disrupted members of the aggrieved unions at the congress, said they were not interested in the paltry honorarium given to them while others are on strike.

They insisted that “the hardship they normally go through during strike is nothing to be compared with the honorarium that the management gives them.”

Subscribe to our youtube channel


Comments expressed here do not reflect the opinions of vanguard newspapers or any employee thereof.