Nationwide Protest: IGP Orders Watertight Security Across Nigeria ……As Oyo Workers Protest Enters Day Two
Nationwide Protest: IGP Orders Watertight Security Across Nigeria ……As Oyo Workers Protest Enters Day Two The Inspector-General of Police,…
Mahmud, a former student union activist and political analyst, said the move to use the new body to delegitimize the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) would serve no good purpose as CONUA is Union in a single university with about 250 members out of over 1600 academics in the university.
These demands were contained in a solidarity press release that was jointly signed by ASCSN Chairman in FTC Abuja, Lagos and (OHCSF) Lagos Liasion Office, Comrade Akanni Kazzeem Adeyinka and Lukman Odunbo respectively, noting that the Association remainEd united, stronger, indivicible with progressive pace and efficient macro and global leadership traits exhibited by the Union’s national president and secretary general.
While addressing the press after the programme, the commissioner for information, culture and Tourism, Dr. Wasiu Olatunbosun who was represented by the Permanent Secretary of the ministry, Mr. Oyesola Oyedele, stated that the two-day workshop was primarily conducted to improve the capacity of the Senior Management staff in the ministry.
Born to the family of Late Alhaji Ariwoola, popularly known then as ‘Mako-Allah’, the in-coming CJN had his humble background, starting from primary school education at L.A Demonstration School, Oluwole in Iseyin, after which he proceeded to Muslim Secondary Modern School, Oke-Oremoje, Iseyin, Ansar-U-Deen High School, Iseyin, after which he went to the prestigious University of Ife to study law and graduated in 1980.
Dr. Adeniran noted that the category of teachers who received their letters of promotion were placed on a six years waiting period by the previous administrations, adding that this policy had affected the morale of teachers in Public Primary Schools, because their counterparts in the Secondary Schools were not affected by the policy.
The Commissioner said this on Tuesday at an Induction Programme for some newly-converted officers at the Ministry in Ibadan, where he harped on the need for State Information Officers to be good ambassadors of the Ministry at their respective beats.
The Oyo State government has disclosed on Thursday evening that over #18billion has been paid in gratuities and pensions from 2019 till date.
This is in affirmation of its commitment to the welfare of pensioners and workers in the State as well as to boost their saving power to improve the economy of the State.