TEACHERS STRIKE: Until Our Demands Are Met, We Will Stay At Home – Cross River NUT (AUDIO)

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By Ilam Patricia

The Chairman of the Cross River State chapter the Nigeria Union of Teachers (NUT), Comrade Eyo-Nsa Itam, has acknowledged the Cross River State Government for admitting that it is to blame for the lingering face off between his union and the government which has led to the current strike action by teachers in the State.

Comrade Itam who was speaking on “The Dialogue With Agba Jalingo” on Sunday on HIT 95.9 FM Calabar, praised the Acting Governor, Professor Ivara Esu, saying he is a seasoned administrator.

Comrade Itam insisted that until the promotion letters of members are released the strike will continue.

However, some stakeholders have also questioned the rationale behind calling a strike action on the eve of student’s commencement of long vacation.

Listen to audio below on CrossRiverWatch Radio.

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