Plateau State Polytechnic lecturers have suspended a three months old strike, according to Punch.
The strike it was gathered was suspended on Wednesday.
According to the school, classes will resume on Monday.
“I have directed the Registrar of the Polytechnic to put up a memo asking the students to return to the campus immediately.
“We don’t want to waste further time after the union members have called off their strike. But lectures will start in the instruction from Monday,” The institution’s Rector, John Dawan, said in an interview with our correspondent in Jos on Wednesday.
The Plateau state chapter of the Academic Staff Union of Polytechnic had in June 2022 declared an indefinite strike alongside six other tertiary institutions in the state over issues bordering on their welfare.
It was learnt that the Joint Union, Academic Staff of Plateau state-owned Tertiary Institutions agreed to suspend the strike after its meeting with government officials on Tuesday.