Students of the Akwa-Ibom State University (AKSU), Ikot Akpaden, have been directed to resume for academic activities following the end of a 3-day-old strike action by the institution's staff.
3-Day-Old AKSU Strike Aborted, Re-Opens Today
Akwa-Ibom State University (AKSU) has been reopened following the suspension of the 3-day-old strike action by members of staff
The strike which started on Monday June 30th was called off on Wednesday, 2nd of July following meeting with the institution's management.
According to the directive issued by the management, students are to return immediately as academic activities resume in earnest today, Thursday 3rd of July.
It will be recalled that in May, the academies activities at the institution were paralyzed following an industrial action by the Non-Academic Staff Union of Educational and Associated Institutions, NASU, Akwa Ibom.
At the time, the State Chairman of the union, Comrade Idongesit John told pressmen that the strike was to force the management to recognize the union as had been directed by the Industrial Court in Calabar.
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