The Academic Staff Union of University (ASUU) Kogi state University chapter(KSU) has called off its seven-week-old strike that paralysed academic activities in the institution .
The union embarked on an indefinite strike in March to demand better welfare for the university’s lecturers amongst other demands.
According to a member of the Union, after the meeting held by ASUU on April 21, it was resolved in principle to suspend the strike action.
schoolwatch.com.ng also gathered that the Student Union Government (SUG) had given the lecturer 48-hour ultimatum to suspended the strike or face the consequence.
Showing appreciation to the management of the institution, Comrade Victory Anselm, SUG spokesman hailed the vice chancellor, Prof. Hassan Isah for his response to the resolve the strike.
Meanwhile, the school management has released an adjusted academic calendar and lectures resume on Monday, 27th April, 2015.
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