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LAUTECH ASUU Disassociates From Resumption Memo, Says Members Still on Strike


The Academic Staff Union of Universities, Ladoke Akintola University Chapter has dissociated itself from a purported resumption calendar released by the institution’s registrar, Kayode Ogunleye, affirming that the union members are still on indefinite strike until otherwise stated by the leadership of its national body.

According to a statement signed on Wednesday by LAUTECH ASUU Chairman, Dr Biodun Olaniran, the Union affirmed that the academic members of the institution are on strike and will not denounce the struggle to get a better public varsity and welfare system for her members.


Dr Olaniran therefore urged parents not to allow their wards travel down to school saying that it would be a waste of resources as the academic staffs are still on strike in compliance with national body of academic staffs of Universities.


Olaniran stated that the National leadership of the Union will announce to the public officially when the strike is suspended adding that it is not the duty of the Minister of Labour and Employment, Dr Chris Ngige.

The Union maintained that due to the strike, no academic activities will hold within the university including conduct of examination.

“Our Union is in receipt of 2019/2020 amended academic calendar released by the Vice Chancellor through the office of the Registrar. The Academic Staff Union of Universities LAUTECH branch wishes to dissociate itself from the said memo. This is against the principles of our Union and we wish to inform the general public that our branch is actively participating and also in full support of the ongoing national struggle. We therefore urge parents and students to note that our members are not in position to conduct any academic activities including the conduct of examinations” Olaniran concluded

Meanwhile, a memo from the office of the Registrar of LAUTECH, Kayode Ogunleye, has been sent to all staff and student on resumption of 2019/2020 academic session.

According to the Registrar, the Vice Chancellor, Professor Michael Olufisayo Ologunde “on behalf of Senate has executively approved the amended academic calendar for the 2019/2020 academic session as presented by the committee of Provost and Deans”.

The memo puts the resumption of 100level students for December 9, 2020 while Harmmatan Semester examination is expected to commence for 100 level students on Monday December 14, 2020 and end on December 23, 2020.

Furthermore, the memo stated that the Rain Semester for all students begins on January 4, 2021 and requested “that you keep safe and observe all the necessary COVID-19 protocols as laid down by the government and the University. On behalf of the Vice Chancellor, Prof M.O Ologunde, I wish all staff and students a hitch and COVID-19 free academic session

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