BREAKING: Polytechnic lecturers begin indefinite strike – The Polytechnics team has begun its indebted service starting today.
The group said this follows the government’s failure to address the changing state of technology and monotechnics by the deadline for March 2020.
The practice comes less than a week after local doctors began rioting nationwide for unpaid lunch and other cases.
Speaking at a press conference in Abuja on Tuesday, ASUP President Anderson Ezeibe, said the school’s activities were highlighted in all technology sectors as well as institutions in the country.
According to him, education, labor and other institutions were asked to work together with the state governors but nothing was done about them.
Ezeibe expressed teachers ’complaints about the non-inclusion of the 2014 NEEDS report and the lack of funding for the department despite the shortcomings since 2017.
He said, “Our grievances also include the inability of federal and state committees and several state agencies to lead to disruption of regulatory and regulatory frameworks and institutions by May, 2020.
“This is in line with the agreement of the 2010 merger with the federal government which has been suspended for two years now.”