Daily Trust reported that the school management reopened the institution while the KASU-ASUU remained adamant that the strike is ongoing.
In a statement signed by the Zonal Coordinator, ASUU-Kano Zone, Comrade Abdulkadir Muhammad, he noted that if the institution’s management fails to cancel the examination, the union will be left with no option but to write a petition to the National University Commission (NUC) and the Independent Corrupt Practices Commission ( ICPC).
“These theatrical exercises that the University management confused and referred to as examinations that are currently going on in KASU are characterised by non-coverage of courses outlines, incomplete lecture contact hours.
“Non-participation of lecturers who taught the courses in the setting of the examination questions and supervision, involvement of students in invigilation and non-moderation of questions papers, which are clear violations of the laid down rules and regulations governing the conduct of examinations.
“Therefore, ASUU demands that all the so-called- examinations so far conducted be discarded in order to maintain and respect the scared system of evaluation in the university,” he said.
ASUU: KASU Lecturers Dare El-Rufai, Refuse to Supervise Exams
Academic Staff Union of University (ASUU) Kaduna State University ( KASU) branch has refused to resume to classes despite threat by Governor Nasir El-Rufai to sack them.
The Management of the school had asked students to resume classes for their examination after the governor’s threat.