Following the Non-payment of their three months outstanding wages, it is almost certain thet the Institution would go on strike.
This was made known to the governor of the state, Gov. Abiola Ajimobi by the unions of the institution which comprise of the Non-Academic staff Unions,(NASU), the Academic Staff Union of Polytechnics,(ASUP) and the Senior Staff Association Of Nigerian Polytechnics(SSANIP).
The SSANIP last week issued an ultimatum to the state government to resolve all issues stated to him which is believe to be affecting academics within seven days, of which expired on thursday with no response of intent from the state government.
The Academic Staff Union of the institution has stated a meeting today, in which to remind the governor of their outstanding wages promised to be paid since december, 2011 and probably decide on the commencement of the strike action.
In a statement by Gbenga Akintola, chairman of SSANIP, he said that, it has been a promise and fail efforts by the state governor since january, 2011 of which the last promise was made at the schools ceremony last december, but till date, they have been without payment.
Every worker deserves his wages and its time Gov. Abiola implements their salaries.