Lecturers in College of Education has threatened to join ASUU’s ongoing strike

Lecturers in College of education has threatens to join ASUU’s ongoing strike

The lecturers under the umbrella of the Colleges Of  Education Academic Staff Union { COEASU } have sincerely table their issues for consideration, but it seems that no one is giving them a listing ear, and even when that is done no actions has been taken on their behalf.

Considering this negligence the entire college of education lecturers have threatened to join their fellow elite in the universities on their existing action over the non-payment of  N15billion revitalization fund in other not to be left behind.

 

Lecturers in College of education has threatens to join ASUU’s ongoing strike

However, Smart Olugbeko, who is the current president of the Union issued a statement on Tuesday, Feb 15, that in the next few weeks to come, they would unavoidably call the National Executive Council{NEC} meeting to stand up for the right thing and take necessary actions as approved by the Trade Union Act if the government fails to keep to the term of their agreement.

In a brief opportunity, Olugbeko revisited part of the Union’s grievances to stand out for renegotiation of the 2009 earlier agreement, pointing out to problems faced during the imposition of IPPIS, and of course the payment of the N15 billion Revitalisation Fund for proper development of Colleges of Education in Nigeria at large.

 

Furthermore, he considered the actions of the federal government as negligence towards meeting up to what they had agreed earlier, and because of this nonchalant character has made the Colleges of Education drop drastically, by frustrating the staff and students joy and motivation to study in unconducive classrooms and environments, poor Laboratory, and poor library.