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Lautech to resume after 8months strike

Lautech to resume after 8months strike

The administration Ladoke Akintola University of Technology (LAUTECH) has reported that the organization will continue studies on
January 27 in the wake of being shut down for more than 8 months.

The conclusion of the institution over non-installment of staff salaries had prompted to protest by students.

The University in an announcement however said it would start examinations on February 13.

The announcement read, “All staff and students are thusly educated that the University will revive for
typical exercises on Friday, January 27, 2017.

Students are to take note of the accompanying for consistence:
* Friday, January 27: Resumption

* Friday. February 3: Revision week ends

* Friday. February 10: Lecture free week ends

* Monday. February 13: 2015/2016 Harmattan Semester Examinations begin

All students who are yet to finish their enlistment are to guarantee that they do as such and pay their educational cost expense amid the update week.”


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