Poly Ibadan denies alleged slavery of workers

Poly Ibadan denies alleged slavery of workers

Ibadan Polytechnic officers on Wednesday denied the allegation that some part-time staff on the establishment had been being enslaved and paying peanuts for his or her providers.

Not too long ago, rumors unfold on the social media platform that some staff on the establishment had been being handled as slaves and had been incomes solely N19,500 a month.

However the administration of the polytechnic, in a word signed by the Clerk, Ms. Modupe Theresa, absolved the establishment of fault, stating that no settlement was damaged and nobody was recruited to the establishment’s employees to flow into.

The assertion stated partially, “The eye of the authorities at The Polytechnic Ibadan was drawn to a web-based publication that circulated, portray the establishment black in alleged, unfounded and unauthenticated allegations about part-time employment and lectures.

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“We wish to state categorically that The Polytechnic Ibadan will not be responsible of any of the alleged allegations. Everywhere in the world and in all increased training establishments, you discover part-time academics, who supply their providers because the identify implies. “

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