- Ladoka Akintola University of Technology Teaching Hospital has disengaged about two hundred and fifty-five workers
- Public relations officer of LAUTECH Akin Fadeyi is said to have refused to speak on the development
- Fadeyi declared that there is a difference between LAUTECH and LAUTCH teaching hospital
About two hundred and fifty-five workers of Ladoka Akintola University of Technology (LAUTECH) Teaching Hospital have been sacked by the management of the institution.
An internal memorandum signed by one A.M Ajiferuke, dated 27 of December, confirmed the disengagement of workers of the teaching hospital jointly owned by Oyo and Osun states.
According to a report, the list also revealed that 299 other workers of the hospital are to be redeployed to the state service, bringing the total of affected workers to 554.
The internal memo read: ''Kindly find below the list of disengaged staff as directed by the Oyo state government and approved by the board at her meeting held on Thursday, 21st December, 2017.''
It was learnt that axes may also dangle on workers of LAUTECH as the owner-states begin the process of ‘weeding’.
An internal source said: ''The headcount was unable to commence yesterday due to flight delay. The team couldn’t fly from Lagos to Ibadan due to unfavourable weather condition”.
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Public relations officer of LAUTECH Akin Fadeyi when called to speak on the matter said he could not comment because LAUTECH is different from LAUTECH Teaching Hospital.
Fadeyi said: ''You see, there is a difference between LAUTECH and LAUTCH teaching Hospital. I don’t speak for Teaching hospital''.
Meanwhile, NAIJ.com had reported that Yekini Ishola deputy-director of the Department of State Security said LAUTECH is considered to have the highest concentration of cyber criminals in the country.
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