Adekunle Ajasin University Students Urge ASUU, Varsity Authorities To Settle Differen
Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba Akoko (AAUA), Ondo State, when members of the University’s chapter of Academic Staff Union of Universities(ASUU) refused to ‘work’.
Quadlife gathered that the incident was consequent of the disagreement between the management and ASUU who had in previous times threatened strike during examination.
The matter, described by the management as “agitation of members of staff”, has not gone down well with the students, especially those who were to write examination on the said day. ‘Bad, enslaved’ were the words Fatoba Temitayo, 400L Environmental Biology and Fisheries, used to describe her feelings on that day.
Temitayo said, “we Students are always at the receiving end. Two elephants fight and the grass bears the aftermath. It is quite unfortunate that in a school of thought, consistency is no longer consistent. I think it is time the management and ASUU sat on round table and bury the hatchet”.
For Emmanuel Joseph, 200L Geography and Planning Science (GPS), the abrupt postponement of the examination has brought discouragement, “sequel to that day, we have been hearing rumours that ASUU plans to go on strike and everyone thought it was going to be after exams.
Hearing that the exam would not begin that day, I was discouraged and my zeal to write that exam quenched. It was an impromptu one”. Joseph, however, called on the management to resolve issues with ASUU.
Babatunde Oluwaseun, 300L Computer Science, sees the scenario as a rather disappointing one, saying “this should not be happening in a University like ours. It has caused destabilization and also a draw back in the school academic calendar”.
Adekunle Ajasin University Students Urge ASUU, Varsity Authorities To Settle Differences
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