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LAUTECH: Osun’s Attitude To Our Salary Worrisome — NASU

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The leadership of the Non-Academic Staff Union of Universities and Educational Institutions, NASU, has revealed how Osun has not always been showing concern when it is its turn to fulfill its financial obligations to the Ladoke Akintola University of Technology, LAUTECH, Ogbomoso.

The institution, OYOINSIGHT.COM understands, is jointly owned by Oyo and Osun states.

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LAUTECH workers, this newspaper earlier reported, had locked major entrances leading to the university to prevent vehicular movements. Though it allowed those who have examinations to enter through pedestrian  gate.

Chairman of the institution chapter of the union, Mr. Adejumo Oyewande, who spoke with journalists, explained that they were worried over the attitude of Osun government when it comes to their turn to pay their dues to the institution.

According to him “In July, we were told they paid N300 million and we were all happy but after then, they have refused to pay. If they don’t want the joint ownership to continue, they should cede the university to Oyo state  and nothing will happen to Osun indigenes in Ogbomoso.”

“We urge all well-meaning Nigerians to help appeal to Osun State government to pay our two months’ salary. The arrangement is that Oyo will pay from January to June and Osun from July to December.

“Oyo state has always fulfilled its own obligations but Osun will always come up with excuses. This is not fair; we too have families and dependants to cater for,” he said.

 

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