Students from various arms of education are to take note of these vital information concerning their promotional exams and as advises that will help them during the period of their examination.For tertiary students who is a polytechnic students, they are to take note that the ASUP strike is still ongoing with numerous numbers of polytechnics across the country joining them, even as though some backed out or didn't join them.
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.
Tertiary students in every state across the nation are to take note of this important update on their academic session and happenings in the education sector.
All polytechnic students (ASUP) went on strike on the 6th April 2021, which is to last for 15 days because the Government are not meeting their demands.All schools under ASUP, should prepare resuming lectures as the 2 weeks strike has been called off.Kindly remember to share this post for everyone to be notified.
Pantami threatens legal action over reported link with insurgents.The minister of communications and digital economy, Isa Pantami has threatened to sue a news site that published a story alleging that he had ties to ISWAP and Boko Haram.His legal team wrote to the newspaper that published the story and demanded that the unconfirmed and fake story be retracted immediately or he would seek legal options.
JUSUN is a simple acronym for the Judiciary Staff Union of Nigeria (JUSUN), and it is an umbrella body of judiciary workers in Nigeria.You would recall how JUSUN had on April 1 given a directive to all its members to close all courts on Tuesday April 6 should government refuse to listen to all their demands.
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.
Schools reopens in Kwara state Ilorin the state capital of Kwara has reopened those Christain Mission School that were shut down during the Hijab crises in the state This was delivered in a statement issued by the Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Education and Human capital Development, Mrs. Mary Kemi Adeosu, she said that all schools which were closed during the Hijab crisis are now reopened and can start their academic activities for the third term as from Monday 26th, 2021 She said this was done to prepare the student who is lacking behind for the upcoming examinations.
I am extremely unhappy to write this article because of our fellow students that are currently at home due to Academic Staff Union of University (ASUP) strike which started last week.If you can remember, I wrote an article which I advise such affected students to please not to stay redundant during this period, I advised them to find another things they should be doing like “Hand Job”.
The federal government has invited the leading group of the ASUP Academic Staff Union to meet this Wednesday and Thursday to find a solution to the union strike.According to the meeting notice sent by the Federal Ministry of Education and the Federal Ministry of Labor and Productivity to the national leaders of ASUP, the first meeting will be held with the Secretary of State, the Minister of Education, according to what our correspondents have seen.
The Association of State Teachers ASUP has launched a long running campaign to demand, a restructuring of how the government pays their salaries.According to the group, the anti poaching campaign started today 6 April 2021.
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FG and ASUP to meet On Wednesday over strike.The Federal Government has called upon the leadership of the Academic Staff Union of Polytechnics, ASUP, for meetings on Wednesday over strike on this week to find a way to resolve the ongoing strike by the union.with the notices of meeting sent to the national leadership of ASUP by the Federal Ministry of Education and the Federal Ministry of Labour and Productivity, sighted by our correspondent, the first meeting will be in charge of the Minister of State, Education, Chief Chukwuemeka Nwajuiba, on Wednesday.
Academic Staff Union of Polytechnics ( ASUP) decided to embark on an indefinite strike today Tuesday 6th April 2021.The decision was made after the Union met with Federal Government officials at Abuja today.
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1) Pastor Sends Strong Message To Buhari While Carrying A Coffin.Recently, the general Overseer of Resurrection Praise Ministry (Archbishop Samson Benjamin) protested against Buhari's administration on Sunday in Lagos State.Benjamin carried a coffin as he marched through the streets of Festac.
The month of April seems to be a handful for Nigerian government, as it will have to battle to return striking workers back to work and struggle to prevent others from proceeding on industrial action.
The Federal Government has welcomed the initiative of the Academic Staff Union of Polytechnics, ASUP, for gatherings on Wednesday and Thursday this week to discover an answer for the continuous strike by the association.As indicated by notification of meeting shipped off the public initiative of ASUP by the Federal Ministry of Education and the Federal Ministry of Labor and Productivity, located by our journalist, the principal meeting will be with the Minister of State, Education, Chief Chukwuemeka Nwajuiba, on Wednesday.
The Academic Staff Union of Polytechnic commenced an indefinite strike today over poor funding by the government.This is coming less than a week after Resident doctors embarked on a nationwide strike over non payment of allowances and other issues.
The academic staff union of Universities are planning on embarking on fresh strike actions and this is because according to them, the federal government have failed to play their own part in paying all the remittance owed.
Strike in our higher institution of learning have become a ritual accompanied with the delay in academic calendar and unfortunately the students are the worst hit.Aademic Staff Union of Polytechnics (ASUP) embarked on an industral action due to federal government lack of commitment.