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10 lecturers have allegedly died since ASUU strike began — UNICAL

University of Calabar Branch of the Academic Staff Union of Universities has said that ten of its academic staff members have died since the union began its strike on February 14, 2022.

This was revealed that ASUU UNICAL Branch Chairman, Dr John Edor, on Thursday September 29.

Though he did not reveal what led to their death, Edor however disclosed their names and the courses they taught.

The names listed are; Prof. E. O. Udosen, Biochemistry; Dr. Mrs. Iquo Takon, Microbiology; Prof. G. U. Ntamu, Religious and Cultural Studies; Prof. Mrs. Judith Otu, Sociology; Prof. Victor Ibianwu, Physics, Prof. Offiong Abia, History and International Studies; Prof. Catherine Agbor, Arts Education; Dr. Augustine Bassey, Sociology; Dr. Ita Esuabana, Mathematics and Dr. Chinyere Okam, Theatre and Media Studies.

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