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The students of Adekunle Ajasin University worried by the lingering industrial action by the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU),AAUA Chapter have appealed to the management and their lecturers to return to the negotiation table.
The institution chapter of ASUU, through its chairman, Dr Sola Fayose, declared an indefinite strike two weeks ago over the management’s inability to pay lecturers’ outstanding salaries.
Some students, who spoke with CAMPUSLIFE, said the strike is taking negative toll on their pursuits, urging the management to accede to their lecturers’ demand for them to return to the school.
A final year student, Marcus Amudipe, lamented the development, saying students should not be the made to bear the brunt of the action.
He said: “When two elephants fight, the grass suffers. My advice to both parties is for them to dialogue and find a common ground for the sake of students.”
Mary Fagbiye, a 300-Level student, expressed displeasure over the strike, urging the lecturers to reconsider the management’s offer.
Noting that the strike has distorted the school calendar, Mary appealed to the parties to settle their differences and end the strike.
She said: “I can’t blame the lecturers for going on strike, because they deserve to be paid for doing their jobs. But, they still need to be considerate, because the strike has stalled academic activities and it has greatly affected the school calendar. Both parties must dialogue and come to a resolution as soon as possible.”
Adebola Adekanye, a student, decried the strike action. She wanted the both parties to sheath their swords and return to negotiation to discuss permanent solution to the matter.
She said the lecturers deserved to be paid, but urged the striking workers to embrace dialogue to protect the future students.
The lecturers vowed not call off the strike until their outstanding three months salaries and seven months deductions are paid.

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