It said the motion for the strike will be decided at their congress slated for early January, if no tangible progress is made. This was disclosed by the Chairman of ASUU-LASU, Dr. Adekunle Idris, at a press conference held at the university campus.
Idris said the national body of ASUU is aware that the issue had been there before the national strike commenced on July 1. He accused the university management of not being sensitive to the situation on campus, saying ” at all press contacts during the national strike, it always impressed on stakeholders to intervene so that students can enjoy uninterrupted school calendar after the struggle, which they fail to do.”
On the demands, he said the governing council must implement the universities (Miscellaneous provisions) amendment act 2012, passed by the Federal Government, for the effective running of universities, which the Lagos State Government had agreed to implement.
Other demands are – the immediate regularization of appointment of academic staff currently on temporary appointment and recall of all academic staff on temporary appointment who were disengaged unjustly.
Source: Hot Naija News