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War Looms In UNIPORT As ASUU Accuses The Management Of Kangaroo Employments During The Lockdown

The two heavyweights are about to engage in a contest of power to see who eventually bows out.

The ASUU branch of The University of Port Harcourt has contested the mysterious enlistment of new Academic and Non-academic staffs without following the due process and mistreating other applicants. They believe that the process should be open and done inside the bounds of the law.

The staff union issued a statement signed by the Director of ASUU, University of Port Harcourt Branch, Dr. Austen Sado; it read " Reconsolidation Gathering, Stop Secret Recruitment." ASUU believes that management is trying to use dubious ways to employ based on favoritism and loyalty.

 Dr. Said stated that for a meeting of employment to hold, the board is the workforce, which is the fitting organ for such an activity, must be assembled by senior members or some other officials the person may select to so act. 

ASUU UNIPORT Branch thought about how the management figured out how to sort out meetings for work in the college during the long break due to the COVID-19 outbreak and to sort things to perfection in just a week after the federal government lifted the general lockdown. 

According to ASUU, The work is a gross infringement of the conventions set up by the Presidential Team for the Covid-19 pandemics. As a critical player in the university, the institution's Academic Staff Union will not choose not to see this show of infringement that is for influencing the nature of education, research and other regulatory obligations in the college. 

More pragmatic actions are likely to follow up the statement as the UNIPORT management, and it is ASUU that does not want to compromise their resolve.

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