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JUST IN: El-Rufai Sacks Kaduna University Lecturers Who Joined NLC Strike

The war between the Nigerian labour congress and the Kaduna state governor, Nasir El-Rufai continues as the governor fired Kaduna State University’s lecturers who joined the NLC strike in the state.

The sack was contained in a statement on Tuesday by the governor’s spokesman, Muyiwa Adekeye.

According to the statement titled ‘KDSG will not tolerate criminal acts disguised as industrial action’, the government said any academic staff of KASU that does not report for work will be dismissed.

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It ordered the management to submit a copy of the attendance register for all categories of staff daily to the Secretary to the State Government and the Commissioner of Education.

The government added that it remains committed to using all the resources to serve the interests of the majority of its citizens and provide social services beyond paying salaries.


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