Ban use of Sirens in Nigeria, UNILORIN ASUU cries out


Ban use of Sirens Unilorin Asuu

Following the death of ASUU”s Former president, prof Iyayi, the Academic Staff Union of Universities Asuu has attributed the loss to the use of sirens by public office holders in Nigeria.

The Chairman of the union Dr Taiwo Oloruntoba-Oju made this call after the Union’s meeting on Monday 18th November 2013 while commenting on the death of the leader. He went further to comment on the nature of bad roads in the country describing them as “Death traps”.

However, The Chairman said that seven days mourning period has been agreed by the union to mourn the The Late Professor. The mourning period is scheduled to start from 13 November 2013  to 19 November 2013 adding that all maps around the Union’s secretariat be flown at half mast throughout the seven days period.

He however did not make any comment as to when the Nation Executive council (NEC) of the Union will be holding the meeting.

As it appears, ASUU topmost priority is to first bury the former professor before taking any thing into consideration. as usual, MyEdu Nigeria will be here always to give you latest reports on the ongoing strike.

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