EKSU Staff Calls on Management to discontinue being Stumbling block to Oyebanji’s Development effort

Members of Staff of the Ekiti State University, Ado-Ekiti who were recently reinstated have called on the management of the Institution not to tarnish the image of the state Ekiti State Governor, Mr. Biodun Oyebanji over the  non payment of their 29-month entitlements as directed by the Industrial Court.

The concerned Staff who spoke with newsmen in Ado-Ekiti recounted their ordeal in the quest for survival as life has become unbearable for them as a result of debts and impoverishment, saying that the University has no excuse again since the Governor in his magnanimity decided to increase the subvention accruing to the school from 260 to 410 million Naira Monthly.

They noted the Governor being an Alumnus of the institution has at different Fora reiterated his disappointment in the ways and manners matters are being handled by the institution leadership which continues to have adverse effects on both the students and staff of the school.

According to them, all attempts to appeal to the Vice-Chancellor had met deaf ears despite Court’s judgment that reinstated them with all their entitlements, calling on the management not discontinue giving a bad face to the government of the state which has demonstrated commitment to lift the people of the state from the shackles of poverty and underdevelopment.

They accused the Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Edward Olanipekun of feeding the general public with lies about the true position of the institution, emphasizing the need for the management to justify the Governor’s strategic moves at repositioning his alma mater and restrain from being a stumbling block for the untiring effort of the state Government.

The reinstated staff called on the Ekiti State Governor, Mr. Biodun Oyebanji to come to their rescue before the matter degenerated into further misadventures

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