ASUU To Oyo, Osun: Declare State Of Emergency On LAUTECH

The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) has approached the administrations of Oyo and Osun States to pronounce highly sensitive situation on the Ladoke Akintola University, Ogbomoso.

The Ibadan Zonal Coordinator of ASUU, Dr Ade Adejumo and Chairman of the LAUTECH section of the Union, Dr Biodun Olaniran who expressed this while talking with newsmen on Wednesday noticed that it was insufficient to make LAUTECH a crusade issue and not take care of the issues upsetting the state establishment after the surveys.

Eyes Of Lagos assembled that, The team spoke to the active government not to politicize raising subvention to 100 percent yet in addition pay every single exceptional obligation owed tertiary establishments before leaving office.

Adejumo and Olaniran deplored that while Ajimobi was occupied with granting contracts couple of days to leaving office he had not cleared 10 months pay rates being owed staff of the foundation.

They bemoaned that LAUTECH don’t have state of administration for her laborers. The ASUU pioneers subsequently approached the approaching legislative leader of Oyo State, Engineer Seyi Makinde and Governor of Osun State Gboyega to infuse assets into the together run foundation to maintain a strategic distance from emergency.

“It isn’t a lot for Oyo and Osun governments to announce highly sensitive situation on LAUTECH. It isn’t sufficient to make it a crusade issue amid the races in the two states.

“In the event that Ajimobi needs to raise subvention to tertiary organizations, he realizes the amount he is owing these establishments. He ought to proceed to settle the obligation he owes the schools since he is caught up with granting contracts left, right and focus.

We are being owed 10 months compensation and the vast majority of our requests are not met yet. “Envision LAUTECH does not have what he can guarantee as a state of administration for laborers”, they said.