19 March 2018

Zambia: CBU Workers Submit 126 Paged Dossier to Press Vice-Chancellor's Removal

With the Copperbelt University set to re-open on Sunday, unionized workers have submitted a 126 page dossier to government detailing reasons Vice-Chancellor Prof. Naison Ngoma should be removed.

The dossier titled "Evidence for vote of no confidence in Prof. Naison Ngoma" has been submitted to Ministry of Higher Education and Ministry of Labour.

The unionised workers have alleged in the dossier that Prof. Naison Ngoma was appointed vice chancellor without having the requisite qualification for the job.

They say Prof. Ngoma has failed to promote social dialogue at the institution of higher learning as evidenced from the perpetual wrangles between management and unionised workers.

The Unionised Workers have further charged that the Prof. Ngoma was behind the police brutality that happened at the university against students in December last year as he personally invited them.

They have also attributed perpetual salary delays to his alleged failed management something they say has affected their livelihoods.

Spokesperson for all the Unions at the University, Dr Derrick Ntalasha said the document was submitted to the two ministries.

He said the document is in public domain for all to see and make their judgement.

"The document has been submitted, and for those who want to see the contents, the document is in public domain," said Ntalasha.


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