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ASUU’s strike: Delta VC accused of not enforcing compliance of governor’s directive

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The Vice-chancellor of Delta state university, Abraka, Prof Andy has been accused of playing double standard, still robbing shoulders with ASUU in spite of the governor’s directive to commence academic activities fully.

Congress reports that it is about four days when the Senate of the school gave directives for commencement of lectures, following the governor’s directive, but reports indicate that compliance is still low in a major Faculties, particularly Arts and Social Sciences.

It was gathered that the DVC Academic had been mandated to physically monitor compliance and report erring academic staff for appropriate disciplinary measures.

Students who spoke to our correspondent on Thursday lamented: “The university seems to be groping in darkness and lacking sense of direction. The atmosphere of uncertainty and no serious teaching in the university have made majority of the students to start returning home, except those who are still finding their way to register their courses. It is a pity.This is unacceptable”.

However, the VC who is being accused of still robbing shoulders with ASUU in spite of the governor’s directive was founding lamenting in pretence over the low compliance.

His words: “I therefore call on Deans to do more to ensure full compliance with Senate directive”.