ASUU, Cross River University Of Technology Begins ‘No Pay, No Work’ Strike

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In what is obviously a preparatory measure to a full blown strike, members of the Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU, Cross River State University of Technology, CRUTECH Chapter Congress have just adopted a motion of “NO PAY NO WORK” until salaries are paid.

This means lecturers in the school are withdrawing their services and they say the services remain withdrawn until their salaries are paid up to the last coin in December 2014.

One of the lecturers who just stepped out of the meeting told CrossRiverWatch under anonymity that: “We will still be going to work but we will not go to classes. This is just the first step in preparation for a full blown strike.”

Further details later……..

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16 commentsOn ASUU, Cross River University Of Technology Begins ‘No Pay, No Work’ Strike

  • Danladi Gift Toluwayi

    We feel hurt and pains in our heart and things are not easy for us at home especially we the newly admited student of the school, let the gov’t please and please settle them becouse of God whom you fear and respect.

  • Plz oh dy shuld call off d strike cux i wnt 2 cum dere

  • This is getting out of hand his using, his own wealth to afflict students, his only God that will judge him, there is God oh, look at what he course in many students some are death, accident, because of the strike, will God not judge bim

  • this is getting out hands 3mnth of strick , we r tired to be at home. if d governor av any consenice he should resolve dis issue by nw, it our furture we r taking about. pls help us

  • I can’t jst sit down here and watch my friends going 2 school without me going 2 school…. It is getting 2 a week nw since we resumed. Plz our dear governor, meet to their demands xo that dis strike ll be called off…. I really want 2 resume school plzzzzzzz

  • Even if is the last thing or action to take in favour of CRUTECH students whom are youths seeking for better life in this last minute of your adminstration,please do all u can to call off this strike our dear Governor
    Its a new year,let us not start it in an embarasing way.

  • I beg the govt of Cross River State to please and please look in to this striking Lecturers and profer a lasting solution to this phenomenon so that posterity wil not conclude that Cross River State educational system is progressively incapacitated

  • It is highly fustratin to be lecturin in a university and yet not being payed, the present governor liyel should act on dis matter b4 it gets out of hand it is really devastatin to c d only state university takin such actions after d heavy hit of d asuu strike whch had diverse effect. God bless crus riva state am proud to b a cross riverian

  • I beg on the Government to please look into this matter. Its not upto a Year and the half since, we came back from the National Strike, and now another strike again? please we don’t want to spend more than the years we are to spend….pls do something positive.

  • Plzzz Mr. Governor, pay dis Lecturers’ salaries so that we students can resume school, atleast let me complete my education…. In what way should i plead before u do something? Plzzz do something plzzzzzz (tears….)

  • Am a student of CRUTECH…the government shuold pls help us by payin d lecturer’s salary so that we can go back 2 skul, …We dont wanna stay 10 yrs in skul…tanx

  • Please let d governor try and do something about this issue. So that we d old n new student can go back 2 skul, tnx am Linus here in ogoja.

  • plzzzzzzzz my gvnor, try n settle asuu crutech 4 we d student do not want strick anymore again. plzzzzzz oooooo 4get about politics n settle my lecturers, dey nids d money much more than u do. plzzzzzzzzz ooooooooooo hear how cry oooooooo (NA BEG I DEY BEG OOOOO)

  • plzzzz d governor should pay this Salaries ooooo, we students are tired of staying @ home ooooo….. The Cross River Watch should inform the Governor that we students are tired of staying @ home oooo…. Other Universities have resumed and it should be a shame to the Cross river Governor to see that, the only State University in Cross River is on strike….

  • Am a student of CRUTECH, the governor should look in to this matter before it gets out of hand…because u dont expect people work without been paid, now lets call a spade a spade…It’s not fair i support the notion no pay, no work they are humans and they have demands, thanks

  • i am a student of Cross River State University…. Plzz let the governor do something before this becomes worst

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