At the College of Agricultural Sciences, students were seen receiving lectures while others were either loitering or discussing in groups.
At the Department of Animal Sciences and Law Faculty, students who spoke to NAN affirmed that they received lectures in the morning.
“We have started lectures since last week, even now we just received lectures but I don’t know about other departments,” Okechukwu Mbam, a second year agric science student said.
A Senior Lecturer in the Department of English, who spoke on condition of anonymity, said that lectures commenced last week at the Institution, adding that students were gradually returning
“I taught my students twice last week. The school is bubbling and the students are gradually returning.
“We came back to school based on the directive of the school management even before the Federal Government’s directive,” he said.
Meanwhile, the Federal University, Ndufu-Alike, Ikwo, which resumed for a new academic session for 2013/2014 in October did not participate in the ASUU strike because it was not yet affiliated to the union.
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