Ogun College of Education lecturers Embarked On An Indefinite Strike

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Report reaching schoolwatch.com.ng news desk has it that, Members of the College of Education Academic Staff Union, Tai Solarin College of Education branch, Omu-Ijebu, Ogun State have embarked on strike over the alleged non-payment of their 12 months salaries.

Speaking exclusively to schoolwatch.com.ng grapevine, lecturer of the institution who wish to remain anonymous said they were owed 46 months arrears and allowances.

Also, the Chairman of the Union, Dr Dan Oludipe, said the past administration left a backlog of 14 months unpaid salaries.

He added that this year, the union had to beg before their January and February salaries were paid.

He said, “As I am speaking to you now, we have not collected March and April salaries. We have sent many emissaries to the governor but all of these efforts have not yielded positive result.
“This strike is indefinite until we get our salaries.’’
Apart from salaries, the union also asked the state government to relocate the school to its original campus at Ijagun. The campus is currently occupied by the Tai Solarin University of Education.

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