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Press Council

The Non Academic Staff Union (NASU) of The Polytechnic, Ibadan, on Monday 11th January, 2021 closed all gates that leads to entry and exit of the institution.
This was carried out by embarking on an indefinite Strike in order to agitate for the realization of their demands. Some of which include; Implementation Of New Minimum wage and the Removal of the Imposed Platinum Consultant.

The #30,000 new minimum wage structure according to the struggle and agitation of the entire Nation’s Labour Union has always been the bone of contention for State Government to implement.

In several accounts, it was recalled that the union has embarked on numerous warning strike and demonstrative protest in the school seeking for the attention to their demands but all to no avail.
However, the State owned institution is meant to commence the 1st semester 2019/2020 examination for FENG, FFMS, FCS precisely HND1 and ND2 which is in accordance to the staggered resumption schedule as a result of COVID-19 protocols but it’s been jeopardized.

Therefore, as a result of this indefinite industrial actions carried out by the Labour Union, the examination has been unarguably postponed till further notice.

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