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ASUP Begin Strike On Wednesday by Jimy66(m): 2:23pm On Feb 22, 2015
The Academic Staff Union of Polytechnics (ASUP) has announced that it would commence a nationwide strike on Wednesday if the government failed to meet its demands before then.
National President of ASUP, Comrade Chibuzor Asomugha, announced this in Abuja, when he addressed newsmen on the demands of the union, which have not been attended by the federal government since 2009.
Asomugha recalled that in 2012, ASUP placed a 13-point demand before government for negotiation and subsequent implementation. Till date, he said, the demands had not been met till date, even when government’s failure to attend to the demands led to a series of strikes between 2013 and 2014.
He said that the polytechnic sector is still undergoing a frenzied recovery from the scars of that engagement. He listed the 12 demands, which were carried over from the 2009 agreement between the Federal Government and the union.
Some of the demands by ASUP include: continued discrimination against polytechnic graduates in the public service and private sector in Nigeria; non-release of the White Paper on the Visitation to Federal polytechnics; non-implementation of CONTISS 15 migration for the lower cadres and its arrears as from 2009 when the salary structure was approved; non-establishment of the National Polytechnics Commission (NPC) and the wrongful continued recognition of the National Board for Technical Education (NBTE) as the regulatory body for polytechnics; non-constitution of Governing Councils for some Federal polytechnics by the government. Others are the snail-pace of the review of the Federal Polytechnics Act by the National Assembly; the gross under-funding of the polytechnic subsector and continued lopsidedness in the disbursement of TETfund grants and other interventions clearly designed to the disadvantage of the polytechnic sector; non-commencement of the re-negotiation of the FGN/ASUP agreement as contained in the signed agreement.
Other demands listed by the union included: the worrisome state of most state-owned polytechnics and the failure of some state governments to implement policies that would ensure standardization of programmes and welfare of workers in the sector; appointment of inappropriate persons as rector and provost of polytechnics, monotechnics and colleges of Technology by governments; the refusal of most state governments to implement the approved salary package (CONPCASS) and 65-year retirement age for their polytechnics, monotechnics and colleges of technology; and the refusal of government to carry out a comprehensive needs assessment of Nigeria’s public polytechnics and funding.source:sunnewsonline.com
Re: ASUP Begin Strike On Wednesday by izuch(m): 2:37pm On Feb 22, 2015
Again!!!!!!!!!!!
Re: ASUP Begin Strike On Wednesday by Nobody: 2:48pm On Feb 22, 2015
Bad timing. It would reduce many youth to election and campaign thugs. After all, an idle mind is. . .

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Re: ASUP Begin Strike On Wednesday by njuwo(m): 4:13pm On Feb 22, 2015
Who are they begining to strike on wednesday, i hope it is Boko Haram.
Re: ASUP Begin Strike On Wednesday by geedot(m): 4:47pm On Feb 22, 2015
Welcome to Nigeria!
A̶̲̥̅̊ℓℓ students already knew from the onset that a strike before their graduation is inevitable..
#SayNoToCluelessGovernment!
Re: ASUP Begin Strike On Wednesday by cinovikthor(m): 6:04pm On Feb 22, 2015
nna MEHN CAN ALL THOSE POLYTHECHNIC PEOPLE CHILL ALREADY....I GREW UP KnoWING UNIVERSITIES TO LOVE STRIKE NOT POLYTHECHNICS....SO WHAT'S THE SUDDEN TRYIN-TABLE FOR? ? IF UNA NO LIKE THE PACKAGE, ENROLL INNA UNI ND STOP CAUSING FUSS UP AND DowN.....*Strolling from chibok I'd be in lagos soon*
Re: ASUP Begin Strike On Wednesday by Trendy247: 6:11pm On Feb 22, 2015
cinovikthor:
nna MEHN CAN ALL THOSE POLYTHECHNIC PEOPLE CHILL ALREADY....I GREW UP KnoWING UNIVERSITIES TO LOVE STRIKE NOT POLYTHECHNICS....SO WHAT'S THE SUDDEN TRYIN-TABLE FOR? ? IF UNA NO LIKE THE PACKAGE, ENROLL INNA UNI ND STOP CAUSING FUSS UP AND DowN.....*Strolling from chibok I'd be in lagos soon*
nawao... Even after i hid that weed bag, u were stil able to locate it

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Re: ASUP Begin Strike On Wednesday by eightsin(m): 6:26pm On Feb 22, 2015
Again?? I thought they just came out from 9 months strike.
Re: ASUP Begin Strike On Wednesday by kheart(m): 6:28pm On Feb 22, 2015
I send dem? If dey like dey should embark on 2 years strike dis time around.

D govt don't giv a phuck
Re: ASUP Begin Strike On Wednesday by SkinnyDude(m): 6:56pm On Feb 22, 2015
Jimy66:
The Academic Staff Union of Polytechnics (ASUP) has announced that it would commence a nationwide strike on Wednesday if the government failed to meet its demands before then.
National President of ASUP, Comrade Chibuzor Asomugha, announced this in Abuja, when he addressed newsmen on the demands of the union, which have not been attended by the federal government since 2009.
Asomugha recalled that in 2012, ASUP placed a 13-point demand before government for negotiation and subsequent implementation. Till date, he said, the demands had not been met till date, even when government’s failure to attend to the demands led to a series of strikes between 2013 and 2014.
He said that the polytechnic sector is still undergoing a frenzied recovery from the scars of that engagement. He listed the 12 demands, which were carried over from the 2009 agreement between the Federal Government and the union.
Some of the demands by ASUP include: continued discrimination against polytechnic graduates in the public service and private sector in Nigeria; non-release of the White Paper on the Visitation to Federal polytechnics; non-implementation of CONTISS 15 migration for the lower cadres and its arrears as from 2009 when the salary structure was approved; non-establishment of the National Polytechnics Commission (NPC) and the wrongful continued recognition of the National Board for Technical Education (NBTE) as the regulatory body for polytechnics; non-constitution of Governing Councils for some Federal polytechnics by the government. Others are the snail-pace of the review of the Federal Polytechnics Act by the National Assembly; the gross under-funding of the polytechnic subsector and continued lopsidedness in the disbursement of TETfund grants and other interventions clearly designed to the disadvantage of the polytechnic sector; non-commencement of the re-negotiation of the FGN/ASUP agreement as contained in the signed agreement.
Other demands listed by the union included: the worrisome state of most state-owned polytechnics and the failure of some state governments to implement policies that would ensure standardization of programmes and welfare of workers in the sector; appointment of inappropriate persons as rector and provost of polytechnics, monotechnics and colleges of Technology by governments; the refusal of most state governments to implement the approved salary package (CONPCASS) and 65-year retirement age for their polytechnics, monotechnics and colleges of technology; and the refusal of government to carry out a comprehensive needs assessment of Nigeria’s public polytechnics and funding.source:sunnewsonline.com
no source? no link?
i dont believe your story
Re: ASUP Begin Strike On Wednesday by carik(m): 7:37pm On Feb 22, 2015
cinovikthor:
nna MEHN CAN ALL THOSE POLYTHECHNIC PEOPLE CHILL ALREADY....I GREW UP KnoWING UNIVERSITIES TO LOVE STRIKE NOT POLYTHECHNICS....SO WHAT'S THE SUDDEN TRYIN-TABLE FOR? ? IF UNA NO LIKE THE PACKAGE, ENROLL INNA UNI ND STOP CAUSING FUSS UP AND DowN.....*Strolling from chibok I'd be in lagos soon*

You shulda shutdafuckup stupid
Re: ASUP Begin Strike On Wednesday by adesammy1(m): 9:40pm On Feb 22, 2015
I expect someone to say its APC propaganda... If this post make front page abeg flash me...*spreads mat on the floor*.
Re: ASUP Begin Strike On Wednesday by Lordseyad(m): 12:53am On Feb 23, 2015
Lord seyad




Goodluck to em
Re: ASUP Begin Strike On Wednesday by cinovikthor(m): 7:04am On Feb 23, 2015
Trendy247:

nawao... Even after i hid that weed bag, u were stil able to locate it
..brother! !!!weed kwa??is that sweet or something? am confused
Re: ASUP Begin Strike On Wednesday by Akeem79(m): 4:11pm On Feb 23, 2015
SkinnyDude:
no source? no link?
i dont believe your story
You don't believe the story , so why should u quote all the story , Mumu ...
Re: ASUP Begin Strike On Wednesday by SkinnyDude(m): 8:16pm On Feb 23, 2015
Akeem79:
You don't believe the story , so why should u quote all the story , Mumu ...
bastard. your father is a compound mumu.

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