EKSU Pulls Out Of ASUU Strike, Resumes Academic Activities

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Ekiti State University

Academic activities would resume at the Ekiti State University in Ado-Ekiti (EKSU) on Tuesday, May 24, the school authority has announced.

A statement to that effect was issued on Monday by the Director of Information and Corporate Affairs, Bode Olofinmuagun.

The decision to resume was taken at a meeting on Monday

Olofinmuagun disclosed that it discussed the impact of the ongoing strike by all the four staff unions.

The industrial action was embarked on by the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) commenced in February.

EKSU’s spokesman said the management was concerned about the pains experienced by students and parents.

He explained that one academic session (2021/2022) of admission is still outstanding, while the 2020/2021 second semester is yet to be concluded.

“Moreover, the admission process for the 2022/2023 academic session will commence soonest,” he said.

The statement added that the school management decided to reopen in the interest of students, parents, guardians, society and its survival.

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