Pay our 60-month salary arrears – TASCE lecturers tells new Governing Council

The Tai Solarin College of Education (TASCE), Omu-Ijebu has got its first Governing Council in 11 years, amidst the crisis rocking the higher institution of learning.

Dailypost recalls that staff of TASCE had been at loggerheads with Gov Dapo Abiodun over their 60 months unpaid salaries.

Gov Abiodun of Ogun State recently said he had considered shutting down the crises-stricken College of Education, over the unending controversies surrounding the payment of salaries being owed by the state government.

Dailypost gathered that one of the requests of the staff was the constitution of a governing council. This, they believe, would check the alleged “executive recklessness” of the Provost, Dr Lukman Kiadese.

The Ogun state government yesterday announced the constitution of the Governing Council for TASCE according to a letter signed by the Secretary to the State Government, Tokunbo Talabi.

The 12-member Governing Council will be chaired by Chief Yemi Adefulu

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