The Educational Employees Union of Polytechnics (ASUP) has introduced its determination to embark on an indefinite strike from Wednesday, December 12.
ASUP Nationwide Treasurer, Suleiman Usman, disclosed this whereas briefing reporters, shortly after the union’s Nationwide Govt Council (NEC) assembly on Friday in Kaduna State.
Usman famous that the choice was taken on the finish of the assembly, which lasted for a number of hours on the Kaduna Polytechnic.
He defined that the deliberate industrial motion, adopted the failure of the Federal Authorities to implement all of the agreements it entered with the union since 2016.
Usman additionally claimed that regardless of the 21-day ultimatum issued by ASUP to the federal government to handle a number of the points it had raised over time, the FG has been nonchalant in addressing the calls for for improved funding of polytechnic training within the nation.
The ASUP treasurer famous that the union had given authorities ample time to implement all agreements, stressing that they don’t have any alternative than to embark on an indefinite strike.
The union has, subsequently, directed all its members throughout the nation, to proceed on an indefinite strike ranging from 12am on Wednesday subsequent week.