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SSANIP blasts RUGIPO’s Governing Council over sack of Staff School workers

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The Association of Higher Personnel of the Polytechnic of Nigeria, SSANIP, chapter of the Rufus Giwa Polytechnic, Owo, RUGIPO, lashed out against the governing council of the institution for terminating the appointments of staff members of the School of Polytechnic Personnel.

According to the president of the association, Comrade Chris Olowolade, who frowned at the way in which the affected workers were dismissed, said the governing council mocked his decision to privatize the primary and secondary school of staff.

In describing the movement as unpopular, he emphasized that the staff school was functioning optimally in all areas.

GISTOK reported that more than 40 employees of the institution’s staff school were disconnected after their privatization by the governing council.

The measure, according to the interim rector, Gani Ogundahunsi, was taken in accordance with the executive order of Governor Akeredolu sent to the Polytechnic Governing Council on the excessive cost of administering the staff school.

The association, however, praised the timely intervention of the state governor, Oluwarotimi Akeredolu, on development.

“It is unfair that the management and the Governing Council treat the school staff of the polytechnic staff as lepers in the crucial period of their careers. The decision is to unpopulate more so that the school performs optimally in curricular activities.

The personnel in question are 100% qualified and in good faith employees of the Polytechnic who should not be treated in any other way by management.

“This claim is verifiable in several ways, including the nature or manner of employment, the regularization and confirmation of your appointment. All met the criteria and procedures used for their promotion, ”said the labor leader.

“We want to thank our Governor, Arakunrin Oluwarotimi Akeredolu for leading the reabsorption of disconnected workers from the Rufus Giwa Polytechnic School, Owo RUGIPO Staff Schools.”

Olowolade dismissed an accredited statement before the State Information and Guidance Commissioner, Donald Ojogo, that “salaries and other benefits of staff school workers have never been the burden of state government since the establishment of schools.

“Staff schools are an integral part of the Polytechnic, the staff there are employees of the Polytechnic since its creation.”

He assured affected workers that the crisis would soon be resolved amicably, referring to the meeting of SSANIP leaders with the Governor on July 23, 2019 at his office, where he said that Akeredolu promised that none of the affected workers would lose their jobs. .

The Association of Higher Personnel of the Polytechnic of Nigeria, SSANIP, chapter of the Rufus Giwa Polytechnic, Owo, RUGIPO, attacked the governing council of the institution for terminating the appointments of the staff members of the Polytechnic School of Personnel.

According to the president of the association, Comrade Chris Olowolade, who frowned at the way in which the affected workers were dismissed, said the governing council mocked his decision to privatize the primary and secondary school of staff.

In describing the movement as unpopular, he emphasized that the staff school was functioning optimally in all areas.

GISTOK reported that more than 40 employees of the institution’s staff school were disconnected after their privatization by the governing council.

The measure, according to the interim rector, Gani Ogundahunsi, was taken in accordance with the executive order of Governor Akeredolu sent to the Polytechnic Governing Council on the excessive cost of administering the staff school.

The association, however, praised the timely intervention of the state governor, Oluwarotimi Akeredolu, on development.

“It is unfair that the management and the Governing Council treat the school staff of the polytechnic staff as lepers in the crucial period of their careers. The decision is to unpopulate more so that the school performs optimally in curricular activities. The personnel in question are 100% qualified and in good faith employees of the Polytechnic who should not be treated in any other way by management.

“This claim is verifiable in several ways, including the nature or manner of employment, the regularization and confirmation of your appointment. All met the criteria and procedures used for their\promotion, ”said the labor leader.