ASUU distances self from LASU crisis, Disowns school’s EXCO

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ASUU distances self from LASU crisis, Disowns school’s EXCO

The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) on Thursday disowned the Dr. Ibrahim Bakare-led executives at Lagos State University (LASU).

The national body through ASUU Lagos Zone also revealed that the recognized branch did not participate in the two- strike by tertiary institutions workers in Lagos to press home the implementation of the new minimum wage.

In a statement signed by the Zonal Coordinator, ASUU Lagos Zone, Prof Olusiji Sowande, said those who prosecuted the two-day industrial action in LASU are unknown to any structure of the union.

His words: “The general public should please note that they are impostors using the good name of ASUU to achieve their opportunitic goals and possibly gain legitimacy with Lagos State Government.

“It is therefore amusing that a group parading themselves as ASUU-LASU executive under the leadership of one Dr. Ibrahim Bakare, declared a local strike in the name of our union, ASUU, on matters related to wage.”

Read more: The Sun

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