Call Off Your Strike, Alumni Begs Kadpoly Academic Staff

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By; AMOS TAUNA, Kaduna

The Kaduna Polytechnic Alumni Association, has appealed to the leadership and members of the Academic Staff Union of Polytechnics (ASUP) to call off its ongoing strike.

Aminu Haruna Maipampo, National Secretary of the Alumni in a statement expressed worries that the Kaduna Polytechnic students, especially the evening students, have been battling with their programmes, either ND or HND since 2017. 
According to him, “The negative effects of the strike has been so devastating on the students, socially, morally and financially.”

He noted that even though the Federal Government has shown less concern to the agitations of the ASUP when compared with its ASUU counterpart, pleaded that the ASUP gives the federal government another chance as it requested in its last interface with the Union to continue addressing the Union’s demands as it has started.
The National Secretary explained that the Governing Councils has been put in place in all Polytechnics, Visitation Panels inaugurated and the Bill to stop discrimination between HND and BSc just passed third reading at the floor of the Senate.

The statement explained, “I will like to also advise the ASUP National body to change and re-strategize its approach in pressing home its demands, because my findings revealed that most State owned and even some Federal Polytechnics did not join the ongoing strike, which made it difficult for the strike to be fully effective.”
He expressed assurance the ASUP National Body that its agitations would be the main focus of discussion in the forthcoming meeting of the Forum of Nigeria Polytechnics Alumni Association (FONPAA) next month in Nasarawa State. 
He also assured the ASUP of  Kaduna Polytechnic Alumni Association’s total support and solidarity in its future agitations to make Technical and Vocational Education better in Nigeria, while pleading with the union to consider the appeal.


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