The Latest News on Asuu Strike 2013: The SSANU Lasu chapter has vowed to continue on strike until the Federal Government met all their demands. In view of this, all the students of Lagos State University should note that they don’t have hope of returning to school until the the strike is over. Unlike other Universities that has shun ASUU strike to resume academic session. You can see lists of Nigerian Universities that has pull out of ASUU Strike Click Here
Read the official report below and it is culled from leadership nigeria newspaper.
Striking Senior Staff Association of Nigerian Universities (SSANU), Lagos State University (LASU), chapter, on Friday vowed that it would continue strike until its demands were met.
The Chairman of the chapter, Mr Oseni Saheed, made this known in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Lagos.
He said that the union was dissatisfied with the manner the university’s Governing Council was handling the strike.
The unionist also said that SSANU was not satisfied with some policies introduced by the council.
NAN reports that hundreds of SSANU members had on Thursday disrupted a meeting of the governing council with LASU workers.
LASU’s chapter of the Academic Staff Union of Universities was, however, not represented at the meeting.
Protesting SSANU members had matched from their secretariat to the university’s new auditorium where the meeting was being held.
The protesters chanted protest songs and carried placards with inscriptions such as: “No organisation can develop with poor staff welfare’’, “we fight for our rights’’ and “give us our promotion“.
Saheed said that the striking workers had been denied promotion since 2011.
He said that the governing council had not been responsive, adding that SSANU members could not be part of the meeting because they were not in the right frame of mind.
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