The management of Oyo state-owned college of education, Emmanuel Alayande College of Education, have suspended all union activities and ordered the staff to resume work from Monday, August 6, 2018, InsideOyo.com gathered.
In an internal memo signed by the school registrar and council secretary, T. I Adeniran, the school authority said the activities and shut down of the business activities of the school by the COEASU and NASU have robbed the institution its internal IGR.
The Authority said all staff laying siege on the school main gate should vacate.
COEASU and NASU unions’ activities be suspended indefinitely with immediate effect, the memo reads.
Last week, lecturers and non academic staff of the school insisted on full payment of their 16-month salary arrears before resumption.
Emmanuel Alayande College of Education, Oyo, was among six state-owned tertiary institutions that went on strike in November 2017 over the inability of the schools to pay salaries.
The governing council of the school had offered to pay 70 percent of the salaries owed. But the staff said only the implementation of an agreement reached between them and the College management in January would suffice.