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Failed Agreement: Polytechnics Workers Threaten To Resume Strike

Following the federal government’s alleged refusal to implement agreements entered into with the workers through their unions, the workers in the nation’s Polytechnics  have threatened to resume their suspended nationwide strike.

The workers under the aegis of the Academic Staff Union of Polytechnics (ASUP), Senior Staff Association of Nigeria Polytechnics (SSANIP) and the Non Academic Staff Union of Educational Associated Institutions (NASU) are also angry about the alleged circular from the office of the Minister of Education suspending the implementation of CONTISS 15 in the Polytechnics contrary to the agreement entered into between the sector and the government.

“The attention of the unions has been drawn to a circular FME/S/66/C.2/11/270 dated 26th January, 2015 emanating from the office of Honourable Minister of Education purported to have suspended the implementation of CONTISS 15 in Polytechnics without recourse to the spirit and letters of agreement with the unions in the sector,” the unions said in a statement.

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