The OgbUnion Chapter of the Ladoke Akintola University of Technology (LAUTECH) of the University Academic Personnel Union (ASUU) issued a ten-day ultimatum on Wednesday to the university administration to pay their salaries for August, September, and October or face an industrial crisis.
The ultimatum, Latest Nigeria newspaper meeting, began on Wednesday today and ends on Friday, November 15, 2019. The union said it could resort to strike at the expiration of the ultimatum.
It was deduced that the academic staff of the University is owed a salary of eleven months.
But, the president of the Union, Biodun Olaniran, and the secretary Toyin Abegunrin in a congressional resolution made available to Latest Nigeria newspaper threatened to retain the results of the semester of the 2018/2019 academic session until wages are paid.
According to the Union, LAUTECH academics deserved to be paid their earned wages without begging.
It was deduced that the vice-chancellor of the university, Professor Michael Ologunde, had attributed the non-payment of wages to the non-release of the subsidy by the proprietary states.
ASUU maintained that the welfare of its members remained paramount in its demands and that it would do everything in its power to avoid exposing its members to undeserved economic difficulties.
“The Union grants the administration of the University until Friday, November 15, 2019, to pay the salaries of August, September and October 2019, which will cause the Union to hold a Congress on Monday, November 18, 2019, where they will take the necessary measures deemed appropriate.
Latest Nigeria newspaper report that The results of the rain semester of the 2018/2019 academic session will not be sent until such salaries are paid,” he said.