University of Lagos, is a leading university where lecturers resigned due to the ongoing strike.
Dele Ashiru, the university of Lagos’s Academic staff Union, Asuu chapter chairman recently disclosed in Arise television interview, that about 70 percent of institutions’s best lecturers have resigned from their jobs.
According to Ashiru in his speech, he blame federal government for being scornful, disrespectful and insensitive to professor.
The impact and the approaches towards the strike which LEDs to deployment of hunger from the federal government, has made lecturers to look for others alternative as a means of survival.
Some lecturers who could not cope with the implementation of ‘no work, no pay ‘ policy, has move outside the country for a greener pastures.
Likewise, the Obafemi Awolowo university (OAU) ile-ife, also are among the affected institutions by this ulgy development.
According to Adeola Egbedoka, the Academic staff Union, ASUU chapter chairman of OAU lecturers have begun to resign and relocate abroad for greener pastures.
According to the ASUU Chairman, professor Osedeke Emmanuel, he state, that the government uses insensitivity part to punished them by implementation of ‘no work, no pay policy’ which enable lecturers to have their way outside the countries while some are not self opportune and some made themselves self employed in order to earn a living and cannot be move to call off the strike untill their demands are met.
Osedeke Emmanuel goes further, saying that the best way to end the strike is not by bringing up insensitive policy, but to come forth in negotiations table and make out a meaningful out come for students to go back to their various campuses.