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|ASUU Flays Neglect Of LAUTECH, Warns Against Its Commercialization by casmir66(m): 10:39am On Aug 22, 2018|
The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU), Calabar zone, has condemned the deplorable state of affairs at Ladoke Akintola University of Technology (LAUTECH), Ogbomosho. Zonal Coordinator of the union, Dr. Aniekan Brown, told newsmen in Calabar yesterday that ASUU would not allow co-owners of the school, Oyo and Osun states, to abdicate its funding. The union warned against allowing the school to drift towards commercialisation.
He said: “This is all because the university has become entirely dependent on Internally Generated Revenue (IGR) for survival, the impact of which is on the students and their parents. “They have been compelled to pay outrageously high and unaffordable fees, in the face of the present precarious economic situation.
This is unacceptable and should be dutifully rejected.” ASUU chairmen in the zone who attended the meeting were those of the University of Calabar, Dr. Tony Eyang, University of Uyo, Dr. Daniel Udo, and Akwa Ibom State University, Dr. Imeh Okop.
Read More: https://thesprintnewsngr..com/2018/08/ASUU-flays-neglect-of-lautech-warns.html
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