ASUU: LAUTECH branch members tussle over resumption of lectures

The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU ) Ladoke Akintola University of Technology LAUTECH
 Ogbomosho chapter has asked its  students to resume their lectures come  26th this month.

In a statement issued by its Chairman  Prof. Biodun Olaniran  today Friday the union come out to distance  itself from the memo allegedly issued by the university’s Registrar, Dr Kayode Ogunleye.

It reads “Our union is in receipt of the memo from the university Registrar calling for resumption of academic activities for the first semester of the 2021/2022 academic session on Thursday May 26, 2022, this is against the principle of our union and we wish to inform the general public that our branch is actively participating and in full support of the national struggle,” the statement added.

Prof. Biodun Olaniran  urged parents, guardians, students and general public to note that their  members are not in a position to conduct any academic activities, stating that the lecturers would not go back to class pending directive from the  national body.

The union stated that it is fully on strike and asked parents to discountenance the memo and keep their children at home. It then stressed that the strike is not beleaguered at anybody  but to lend a hand in moving the public universities.



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