Monday, June 2, 2014

UniAbuja Lecturers Begin Indefinite Strike Over Problems With Vice-Chancellor

UniAbuja lecturers today began an indefinite strike over what they termed misappropriation of funds and misuse of power by the Vice-Chancellor of the university.

According to one of them, Ben Ugheoke, funds allocated to the institution were being misappropriated and the Vice-Chancellor, James Adelabu, was misusing power. He alleged that the vice-chancellor deliberately refused to pay their teaching, marking, supervision and professional allowances dating back to 2010.

He told journalists today, that the strike will continue till their appropriate dues are paid and when things get back to shape in the university.

11 comments:

  1. Too bad for the students

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  2. See as d school dirty sef

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  3. Abuja university again,its had to believe this is a school in the capital of the nation Nigeria.

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  4. Omo na dis school com wak pass for nigeria,

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  5. Hehehe...when would Nigerians learn not to allow students suffer their lecturers' and administrators' arrogance? Imagine this lecturers vs VC squabble now, though crucial, is insulting students.

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  6. Na wa o.



    #NaMeTalkAm

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  7. Corruption is everywhere in Nigeria

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  8. Na wa oooo . I just tire for nigerian schools and strike. DERA MI

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  9. fine girl poor english03 June, 2014 09:05

    them better close dis school.. i know one girl wey wey don use like erm 9 yrs for d school she still dey 300 levu school oshi..

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