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LAUTECH students protest demanding payment of lecturers’ salaries

Students of the Ladoke Akintola University of Technology, LAUTECH on Wednesday protested the continuous closure of the institution over the nine months salaries owed their lecturers by the Osun and Ogun states, co-owner of the school

Earlier in January, the joint owners of LAUTECH had promised to pay workers’ salaries after they resumed work in January following the suspension of a strike which started in June 2016.

Saheed Afolabi, South West coordinator of the National Association of Nigerian Students told journalists during the protest that  “The governors of the two states must show commitment to education and they must take the issue of LAUTECH seriously as the situation had affected the future of many students.


Solomon Obende
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