Today's Headline: IPOB Commander And 6 Others Killed In Imo, Factor Affecting Female Presidency-Bisi
[24-04-2021] SuspectedIPOB Commander Of Bandits Killed By Security Operatives In Imo A joint operation on Saturday morning between operatives of the Nigeria Police Force and their counterparts from the Nigerian Army and Department of State Services (DSS) has resulted in the killing of the suspected commander of bandits attacking Imo and other southeast states.
3 Soldiers Wounded As ISWAP Fighters Attack Borno. Recently, the Nigerian Army confirmed that they were attacked by members of ISWAP in Borno state. A statement released on Wednesday by Brigadier-General Mohammed Yerima (Director of Army Public Relations) said that Nigerian soldiers clashed with the terrorists on Tuesday when they attempted to infiltrate Dikwa town in Borno.
Suspected herdsmen kill five in Kwara Four local hunters were reportedly ambushed and killed by suspected herdsmen in the Faje community in the Asa Local Government Area of Kwara State on Tuesday evening. Tribune Online‘s investigation gathered that there were five local hunters, otherwise called community vigilance members, on two motorcycles, that were attacked by their assailants at about 7:00 pm at a bushy path a few metres away to the village.
The Abia State Polytechnic Chapter of the Academic Staff Union of Polytechnics (ASUP) resolved to shun examinations, slated to begin on 16th September, except management takes measures to pay at least three months salary arrears. In a meeting of the ASUP congress presided over by Dike David, the members of staff vowed not to shift ground unless their demands are met.
Today's Headlines: Nigerian Prophet Reveals Buhari's Successor, ASUP Vows To Continue Strike Despite FG's N15bn Offer
ASUP Vows To Continue Strike The Academic Staff Union of Polytechnics (ASUP) has vowed to continue with its nationwide industrial action despite a ₦15bn offered by the Federal Government.ASUP had commenced strike on April 6 declared a strike, demanding the implementation of a new salary scheme for polytechnic lecturers.
Following the report from the News Agency of Nigeria, the Academic Staff Union of Polytechnics (ASUP) have said that the ongoing indefinite strike, which they embark on April 6th will continue untill the federal government meets to their demands. They board went further, saying that the union embarked on a nationwide strike on 6th April 2021, because of its demands in the implementation of the ASUP/FG agreement of 2010 and payment of salaries and arrears of the new minimum wage in some state owned polytechnics.
As we all know, The Academic Staff Union Of Polytechnics (ASUP), has been on strike for the past few weeks, thereby leaving some students with no other option than to stay at home.The truth is that, most of the Polytechnics are about to start their exams before this issue of strike came up.
The Academic Staff Union of Polytechnics (ASUP) has today the 9th of June, 2021 brought to an end its industrial action (strike) which lasted for the period of 65 days. The agreement to bring the strike action to an end was reached after the National Executive Council (NEC) of the Union had an emergency meeting.
The strike action embarked upon by the Academic Staff Union of Polytechnics across our dear country Nigeria has raised a lot of tension and concern among the affected students especially those in their final year, some of whom are barely two months from graduating.These students would have graduated long before the inception of this strike action but for the Covid_19 pandemic which disrupted their studies.
Members of the Academic Staff Union of Polytechnics (ASUP) Yabatech chapter. Chairman Academic Staff Union of Polytechnics (ASUP) Yabatech chapter, Comrade Remi Ajiboye has expressed his displeasure towards an act of brutality perpetrated by some military personnel on one of their members on Saturday 9th October 2021 within the premises of Yaba College of Technology.
Students of Polytechnic can now return to the classroom after 65 days of their lecturers downing tools. The suspension of the strike is to allow the Federal government implement their demand as contained in their memorandum of understanding (MOU) signed between them as the FG. Nevertheless, the suspension, according to the lecturers is for the period of three months to enable the government implement Memorandum of action signed between the government at the union on April 27, 2021.
The Academic Staff Union of Polytechnics told the general public that they should hold the government responsible if the union should embark on any strike. The union said the federal government and its agencies have refused to implement the Union’s Memorandum of Action signed in April 2021.
JAMB Unveils New Feature To Tackle Exams Malpractice The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has introduced a new feature in the ongoing registration for the the 2021 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) and Direct Entry (DE).The feature, ‘Know Your Registration Officer,’ is to fortify the registration process and guard against abuse and manipulation by candidates.
The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUP) will meet with the Federal Government today over the strike action embarked on by the members of the association.The meeting with the Minister of Labour and Productivity Dr. Chris Ngige had been postponed from last week Thursday in a slate of meetings scheduled to resolve the impasse.
All Polytechnic Students Should Take Note Of This Announcement As ASUP Allegedly Begins Strike Today
Recall that the Academic Staff Union of Polytechnics had issued a notice of strike to the government over refusal of the government to execute some agreement between ASUP and the federal government.
The Academic Staff Union of Polytechnics as a union has come to an agreement to end the strike which has seen the students out of school for several months without any academic activity, halting the on going registration of the newly intake students of the schools across different states in the country.
The striking members of the Academic Staff Union of Polytechnics known as ASUP have suspended their ongoing strike after they have reached an agreement with the government of the federation to get back to work. This came minutes after the labour union told the union that the government has a plan that is underway to disburse all that they have being owed in different polytechnics across the country.
The management of the Academic Staff Union of Polytechnics (ASUP) has recently highlighted their condition before calling off the strike that has been ongoing.The National president of the forum, Mr Anderson Ezeibe has stated that the ongoing indefinite strike will continue until the Federal Government meets their demands.
The Academic Staff Union of Polytechnics (ASUP) begins a nationwide industrial action on demand of a new salary scheme for her lecturers, among others.The action takes off with effect from the 6th of April, 2021 as announced by ASUP.
The Academic Staff Union of Polytechnics (ASUP) has embarked on a nationwide indefinite strike citing non-implementation of its demands by the Nigerian Government.