LASPOTECH ASUP denies calling off strike

By Our Correspondent 

The Academic Staff Union of Polytechnic (ASUP),  Lagos State Polytechnic chapter has denied the rumour making round in the media that the court has ordered the suspension of the on-going strike of all the staff unions of the institution.

In a release obtained exclusively by BRANDINFO , the union stated that the rumour making rounds in media  that  an ex-parte order has been granted the state to force the suspension of the ongoing  strike by the unions is not true and should be ignored by the general public.

According to the release, the information that the strike has been suspended is false, and it is a deliberate attempt by the Lagos State functionaries/ LASPOTECH management to cause and create confusion among the members of the unions.

ASUP stated further that, "We therefore appeal to the management to desist from this unhealthy and cheap propaganda  as it doesn't portray them in good light, and allow the court to do its work. What they failed to achieve through the court can't be achieved through propaganda. It is true that they filed an ex-parte order in court twice ( on 1st and 3rd August) respectively, and the court struck out the motion on the two occasions. The court ruling goes thus."

Court injunction  obtained by BRANDINFO
Court injunction  obtained by BRANDINFO
Court injunction  obtained by BRANDINFO
The union said that attempt to get back door injunction was struck out, yet the school management went to press giving order, adding that they are just embarrassing the state.            

"In response to the news that the National Industrial Court granted the motion Exparte ordering members of our Union to resume work, we make bold to say that the motion exparte  was dismissed. Therefore we reiterate the fact that it is only the court that can order resumption. The public should ignore all or any directive from the office of the school's PRO or any other agent of the administration," they stated.
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