ADSU Lecturers Embarks on an Indefinite Strike

The Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU of the
Adamawa State University, recently embarked on an
indefinite strike to agitate against what it described as
the unjustifiable sack of their colleagues by the school
This was made known by the chairman, Mr Molem
Ishaku, according to him the school management has
taken to victimization and intimidation of lecturers in
the institution over their involvement in the last ASUU
nationwide strike.
According to him the management has currently
sacked 24 lectures and queried 5.
In a meeting with the management the union
demanded that the 24 sacked lecturers be recalled and
the query issued to some be withdrawn but so far the
management has recalled only 10 lecturers and yet to
withdraw any of the queries.
However the Public Relation Officer of the institution
has denied that allegation stating that no lecturer was
sacked an the rumoured strike by the ASUU chapter of
the institution is only a scheme by some lectures to
draw the institution backwards

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