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Osun State College Sacks 82 Workers

Eighty-two workers of Osun State College of Edu­cation, Ila-Orangun, were yesterday sacked by the management of the state-owned institution.
The development, Daily Sun gathered, was in line with government’s policy to restructure tertiary insti­tutions in the state.

It was also gathered that the affected workers were members of the Non-Aca­demic Staff Union (NASU) of the college. Chairman of the Aca­demic Staff Union of the college, Segun Onifade, confirmed the development to newsmen in Osogbo yes­terday. According to him, the sacked workers were contract staff.

Osun State College Sacks 82 Workers
Onifade also disclosed that some of the sacked workers had spent six years before the authorities de­cided to relieve them of their jobs.
Chairman of the col­lege’s Governing Council, Niyi Akande, when con­tacted on phone, however, said he was not aware of the sack.
He said: “I am not aware of that. I have not been told that anybody has been sacked. I am in Abuja.”
Osun State College Sacks 82 Workers
Osun State College of Technology (OSCOTECH) is a tertiary learning institution in Esa-Oke, Osun State, Nigeria.
The college was formerly a satellite campus of the Ibadan Polytechnic. It became autonomous on 12 October 1992 when the Governor of Osun State, Isiaka Adetunji Adeleke, signed the law establishing the institution.[1] The Osun State College of Technology was acclaimed by the National Board for Technical Education (NBTE) as one of the fastest growing Polytechnic in Nigeria in 2000, and again in 2006.

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