COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE: WORKERS REINSTATED AFTER ABOUT 6 MONTHS SUSPENSION

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[Ibadan]–Four suspended workers at the Federal College of Agriculture, Ibadan have been reinstated.

The information on the reinstatement of those workers, who were suspended in August 2016, was disclosed by the Provost of the college, Dr Babajide Adelekan, on Wednesday, March 08, 2017.

According to him, “Four members of staff– Olufemi Jokanola, Oluade Eyitayo, Awogbade Adeyemi and Adekunle Adenike–were suspended with effect from Aug.11, 2016, on the orders of the Agriculture  Minister, Chief  Audu Ogbeh.”

“They were suspended through a letter from the Executive Secretary, Agricultural Research Council of Nigeria (ARCN).”

“They were suspended for gross misconduct, recalcitrance and insubordination to constituted authority.”

“ We later received a  letter  from the  Director, Human Resources and Development, in  the ministry dated Dec.16, 2016 to reinstate them.”

“But we had to seek for clarifications on certain issues from both ARCN and Federal Ministry of Agriculture, Abuja,” Adelekan said.




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