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The lecturers and supporting staff who went on strike demanding a quick resignation of Prof. Ndiege from his position as Vice Chancellor, have caused a crisis at the campus leading to the closure of the institution.
Government last week threatened that if lecturers are not in lecture rooms by today, they will be fired but to no avail.
Minister Muyingo while presiding over the 13th graduation ceremony of St Anthony Technical and Business Institute Katende, in Mpigi District during the weekend blamed the lecturers for opting for strikes instead of doing their professional duty.
However, today, the minister will have to meet them and see if they can come up with a resolution.