The University of Lagos has denied pulling out of the ongoing asuu 2013 strike embarked upon by the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU).
The latest report reaching us s that The University of Lagos (UNILAG) has denied pulling out of the ongoing ASUU Strike. The UNILAG ASUU leadership calls it a mere rumour and advice students to not take it serious. According to the report, they claim that ASUU UNILAG Branch is a strong and active one and they will not disappoint the Union.
The UNILAG ASUU leadership assure the board that The University of Lagos Academic Activities will resume only after the ongoing Asuu 2013 strike is called off.
Earlier reports that went viral on social media and online newspaper sites, has it that the Leadership of The University of Lagos, UNILAG allegedly fixed a new date for its postponed 2012/2013 2nd semester examination regardless of the ongoing strike.
The ongoing Asuu strike started a few days to UNILAG’s second semester examinations.
The report that unilag has pulled out of the ongoing strike was convincing because UNILAG was part the Varsities that voted in favour of the suspension of the five-month-old Asuu strike.
The report has it that UNILAG would commence its outstanding exams for all students before the Christmas break.
“The proposed Unilag 2012/2013 examination as reported would be starting on the 9th of December, 2013 and end on the 24th of December. We want to advise all students of the University of Lagos to check it out to confirm the authenticity of the news,” we said this in our previous post about this rumour.
Apart from the speculation that the University of Lagos has pull of out the strike embarked by the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU), some universities have reportedly started pulling out of the ASUU 2013 Nationwide strike.
According to the report floating around, the following varsities has pulled out of the strike, Enugu State University (ESUT), IBRAHIM BADAMASI BABANGIDA UNIVERSITY (IBBU), Adamawa University. **Adamawa branch of ASUU, was said to have confronted ASUU national body without due process**.
Another latest information reaching us here at www.nigeriaschool.com.ng has it that Ebonyi State University (EBSU)
has also pulled out of the Asuu Strike. (please note – this is still mere rumour and all students of Ebsu should look out for info on this tomorrow)
When contacted to know if they have pulled out of the Strike. A top administrative officer in the University of Lagos said the institution does not have any plan to pull out of the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU).
The top administrative officer continues: “We are not pulling out. That is not possible. UNILAG is one of the strongest branches of ASUU and we will not disappoint. We have plans on ground to write the second semester examination, but that is after the strike might have been called off.”
On our Facebook page we urged students of Unilag, living in or around Lagos to confirm if the Exam timetable has been posted on the school notice boards… And here is the report: At the university of lagos, there was no sign that examinations will commence soon.
It was observed that dust and cob-webs have taken over most of the classes. does this means that even the non academic staff are on strike?
Please all students of Unilag should keep an open mind and we will always inform you the latest news from your institution.
Meanwhile- The University of Lagos will NOT begin her second semester examination until ASUU Strike is called off.
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