by Segun Odeleye
Even though it is a state owned university, lecturers at the Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma, have vowed to continue with the ongoing ASUU strike until “government does the right thing.”
The lecturers also called for the immediate sack of the Supervising Minister of Education, Nyesom Wike, over what they termed incompetence.
In their opinion, Wike lacks the intellectual capabilities and competence to handle the country’s education system.
In a communiqué issued after an emergency meeting of the union on Thursday, chairman and secretary of ASUU-AAU chapter, Prof. Fred Esumeh and Dr. S. Omoikhoje respectively described the ultimatum by the federal government as unfortunate and ill-conceived in a democratic rule.