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Fed Poly Oko Pulls Out Of ASUP Strike
The Federal polytechnic, Oko has pulled out of the ongoing Academic Staff Union of Polytechnics (ASUP) strike to enable their students write the second semester examinations and cover the academic calendar of the institution.
This announcement was made yesterday evening and was signed by the registrar, Anthony Nwaokolobia after the emergency meeting of the Academic Board of Federal Polytechnic Oko who reiterated their support of the agitation of the union but has to put the fate of students into consideration as they have wasted a lot of time at home.
Students of Oko Poly are hereby informed that academic activities will commence Monday 7th July, 2014 and the continuation of examinations will commence immediately.
This news is coming after the meeting between the ASUP national body and the joint national assembly committee on education ended in stalemate as the federal government’s delegation failed to attend the meeting for negotiations.
Good news for Oko Poly students. Good luck and safe journey as you go back to school to resume your academic activities.