Authorities of Moshood Abiola Polytechnic, Abeokuta write to present their position on the Mobilisation of HND graduates of the 2017/2018 academic session.
The crisis that rocked the institution in the last three year almost grounded the institution leading to the declaration of ‘Work to rule’ strike action by the union which made the second semester examination almost impossible.
But for the commitment and deliberate sacrifice of Academic and Non Academic staff made their final Examination possible in March 2019 amid strike and Non payment of salaries and allowances.
After much pleas and payment of Nov. 2017 salaries, the strike action was temporarily suspended by the lecturers to allow for second semester examination while suspension of Academic activities continued till May 29, 2019 leaving backlogs of post-examination activities unattended to.
Recently government approved express making of scripts through conference marking with payment of outstanding allowances of previous pending post examination allowances.
The quick intervention of the of the Ogun state government to restore Academic Activities and resumed payment of accrued salaries and allowances owed staff made the academic staff to resume full academic and post examination activities
The process of concluding all outstanding post Examination issues for the recently graduated 2017/2018 HND graduates is on going with speed and commitment and results and mobilisation for NYSC will not be delayed for one second after the exercise.
It is on record that Moshood Abiola Polytechnic, Abeokuta have not been delaying our students for NYSC mobilisation and will j do that for any reason with the current graduates.
As a matter of fact,MAPOLY mobilzed students in NYSC Batch ‘A’ stream 1and2,(April 2019), Batch ‘B’ stream 1and2 (July and August 2019) and as at today the institution is not having any outstanding students to mobilise for NYSC.
While we want to appeal to our students to exercise patience, management wishes to appreciate His Excellency Prince Dapo Abiodun MFR, for his understanding and support in the areas of Salaries and Allowances as well as restoration of peace and full academic activities to our campus.
Head, Public Relations & Protocol