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Eze Robinson Tasks RSUST Striking Lecturers on Dialogue

 

A prominent Chief in Rivers State, HRM, Eze Robinson O. Robinson, the Eze Ekpeye Lobo has called the striking lecturers of the Rivers State University of Science and technology to always engage in dialogue in settling differences with the university authority.

In a chat with journalists during the 25th convocation ceremony of the institution on 27th April, 2013 at the convocation arena, Eze Robinson who condemned the strike action-masterminded by the lecturers noted that it is the students that suffers most during the strike pointing out that the lecturers and non academic staffs who engage in the strike should not see the strike as an avenue of disagreement rather go in peaceful dialogue in settling their differences.

He lauded Prof. Barineme Fakae the vice chancellor of the institution for his developmental stride in the institution and urged him not to relent.

According to him, it is an important landmark, as an individual he has done extremely well; he has taken the institution to the next level.

The royal father advised the graduands to be good ambassadors of the institution, their families, the state and country in general and keep the flag flying.

The royal father advised them to shun cultism, kidnapping and act capable of ruining their lives and should engage themselves in meaningful activities that will be beneficial to their parents, families, state, and country.

The royal father who frowned at the bias attitude of the judiciary in handling cases advised Nigerian judiciary to sit up and be fair in handling matters adding that the judiciary is the last hope of the common man and should ensure equity and justice in discharge of their duties.

Meanwhile, Rt. Hon. Chibuike Rotimi Amaechi has expressed his determination to commence the construction of the new university of Science at the Greater Port Harcourt City in Ikwerre Local Government Area of Rivers State in May.

Gov. Amaechi who frowned at the unseriousness of some lecturers in given lectures to the students of the institution urged them to be more committed, stressing that students cannot do without lecturers.

He urged the university authority to look for more best university lecturers adding that the state would employ more lecturers to fill the gap of the vacant lecturers that exist in the institution and commended professor Fakae for his developmental stride in the institution. ###

Emeka Jilly Ejiowhor

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