.Atiku-owned American University Plots To Sack Workers Without COVID-19 Vaccination In Two Weeks – Sources | Sahara Reporters
AUN's stringent measures therefore, sent wrong message, as the sack threat is running counter to global coordination geared towards economic recovery.
Jan 24, 2022The American University of Nigeria (AUN), owned by Nigeria’s former Vice President, Atiku Abubakar, is allegedly planning to lay off staff members that are not vaccinated against COVID-19, some workers told SaharaReporters.SaharaReporters learnt that the affected workers were slammed with a two weeks’ ultimatum to present certificates of vaccination against the highly contagious flu or risk being booted out.
In a memo sent to all staff members, the president of AUN Margee Ensign, stated that only persons vaccinated against COVID-19 will be allowed on the university's premises."Please review the schedule bellow and get your vaccination as soon as possible. Proof of vaccination will be required to enter campus in two weeks.
atiku Good 👍😊 atiku UK colonialist government that created and own Nigeria have ended everything about Chinese virus because it's a scam, Atiku follow suit. atiku Make dem no depart na, sleep there you hear😏🙄 atiku What is the meaning of “PLOT”. This are great Measures. Nigeria Newspaper Headlines will not kill me
atiku atiku Wise move atiku Of course, there you have it. atiku will impose vaccine mandates on Nigerians. God forbid. atiku and so what?
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by SaharaReporters, New York Jan 24, 2022 The American University of Nigeria (AUN), owned by Nigeria’s former Vice President, Atiku Abubakar, is allegedly planning to lay off staff members that are not vaccinated against COVID-19, some workers told SaharaReporters.by SAHARAREPORTERS, NEW YORK Jan 23, 2022 The Nigeria Centre for Disease Control has said that 29 people tested positive for Coronavirus on Saturday.by Saharareporters, New York Jan 22, 2022 Ahead of the round of 16 Africa Cup of Nations clash with the Super Eagles, several Tunisian players and Mondher Kebaier, the head coach, have tested positive for COVID-19.by SAHARAREPORTERS, NEW YORK Jan 23, 2022 The fourth wave of COVID-19 is over in Lagos, the state government has said.
SaharaReporters learnt that the affected workers were slammed with a two weeks’ ultimatum to present certificates of vaccination against the highly contagious flu or risk being booted out. In a memo sent to all staff members, the president of AUN Margee Ensign, stated that only persons vaccinated against COVID-19 will be allowed on the university's premises. A breakdown of new cases showed that Lagos — Nigeria’s pandemic epicentre — recorded the highest number of new infections with 27 new positive samples, followed by Kano and Rivers with one each. "Please review the schedule bellow and get your vaccination as soon as possible. The other players are Aissa Laidouni, Dylan Bronn, Ghaylène Chaalali, Ellyes Skhiri, Anis Ben Slimane, Mohamed Romdhane, Ali Maâloul, Ben Hmida, Aymen Dahmen Yoann Touzgha and Issam Jebali. Proof of vaccination will be required to enter campus in two weeks. No death figure was recorded from COVID-19 complications, leaving the death toll at 3,124. "As I said in a recent email, we are requiring all AUN community members (faculty, staff and students) to be vaccinated.71 per cent.
Vaccinations will be available next Monday through Friday 10am to 5pm in the clinic. On Saturday, the Lagos government said the consistent decrease in COVID-19 cases indicates the end of the pandemic’s fourth wave in the state. They won their first game 4-0 against Mauritania and lost their remaining two matches. Please make sure you get your vaccination as soon as possible. In two weeks, only those who have been vaccination will be allowed on campus", Ensign warned.3 percent recorded on December 21, 2021, to 1. “The affected workers may be thereafter sacked.. It is a plot,” one of the sources said..
This order is coming amidst global advocacy from stakeholders for nations to ease restrictions and measures. The World Health Organisation (WHO), on Thursday recommended nations to lift or ease their existing COVID-19-related travel restrictions, saying they could exacerbate economic and social stress related to the pandemic. AUN's stringent measures therefore, sent wrong message, as the sack threat is running counter to global coordination geared towards economic recovery, a source noted. However, Executive Director and Spokesperson for the university, Daniel Okereke, debunked the sack threat, saying"the memo may have been misunderstood; no, that's not the plan at all, no staff member will be fired.” "The idea behind the Memo you refer to is to boost the numbers, to get many more members of the AUN community to get vaccinated.
"We hope to achieve herd immunity, that is when the majority of people get vaccinated. There is no threat of expulsion, suspension or sanctions against students or staff over routine vaccination. "AUN has been free of COVID-19 and Management wants it to stay that way. Not many higher institutions are doing as much as AUN to get all community members vaccinated. "With the support of Government health agencies, AUN has been making the vaccines available for those who are interested.
A very large number, including students, have taken the first and second shots, and we have enough vaccines for those requiring a booster shot", he said. .