Governor Wike Fires 344 Staff Of State Polytechnic

Filed in EDUCATION NEWS by on June 17, 2015 0 Comments

The newly sworn Rivers State governor, Ezebunwo Nyesom Wike has terminate the appointment of 344 newly recruited staff, including lecturers of the State Polytechnic, Bori. grapevine also gathered that the government has also directed the Rector of the polytechnic, Sir Obianko Worlu Elechi to proceed on compulsory leave.

The sack workers as gathered by our correspondent were recruited during the immediate past administration of former Governor Chibuike Rotimi Amaechi.

This was promulgate to grapevine by the Public Relations Officer (PRO) of the institution, Innocent Ogbonnaya Nwanwo.

Nwanwo said the sack of the newly recruited staff, as well as the directive on the Rector to proceed on compulsory leave was contained in a directive sent to the Polytechnic by the State Ministry of Education.

He said, “The recent employment exercise we had at the Rivers State Polytechnic, Bori has been cancelled. The reason is that the government needed to review the process of their employment. The process that brought in the newly employed people; don’t forget, they have not started work, has been called off; it has been terminated by the state government.

“Right now, they don’t have a job here in the Rivers State Polytechnic. Technically speaking, that is the truth. The Rector is on leave; he was asked to proceed on leave.”

One of the sacked lecturers of the institution, who spoke on the condition of anonymity, said their recruitment, which followed due process dates back to September 2014.

He, therefore, called on Governor Ezebunwo Nyesom Wike, the State House of Assembly, and the authority of the Polytechnic to intervene on the matter.

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