Christian leaders in the Federal Capital Territory, have called on the government (ASUU)

Christian leaders in the Federal Capital Territory, have called on the government (ASUU)

Christian leaders in the Federal Capital Territory, FCT, have called on the government to resolve all pending issues with the Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU. They said such measure would ensure students return back to school. The Abuja chapter of the Christian Association of Nigeria, CAN, made the appeal at a stakeholders’ meeting held with the FCT Authority in Abuja. The meeting also had in attendance the FCT Minister, Malam Muhammad Musa Bello, Chairman…

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ASUU MEMBERS SHOULD CONSIDER FARMING AS AN ALTERNATIVE PROFESSION-FG

ASUU MEMBERS SHOULD CONSIDER FARMING AS AN ALTERNATIVE PROFESSION-FG

The Minister of State for Education told ASUU members to go into farming because more farmers are needed in the country. He also said if they are tired of the teaching profession, they should resign because they have no right to decide to the government on how they should be paid. He further stated that the government can’t introduce IPPIS and ASUU will reject it. We employed them, so they can’t force their demands on…

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ASUU members ‘paid withheld February and March salaries’

ASUU members ‘paid withheld February and March salaries’

Striking Nigerian lecturers, whose salaries had been withheld by the federal government since February, were on Friday afternoon paid their February and March wages Striking Nigerian lecturers, whose salaries had been withheld by the federal government since February, were on Friday afternoon paid their February and March wages. President Muhammadu Buhari had in April directed that the striking workers be paid their entitlements. It was, however, not clear why the April salary was not paid…

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ASUU declares two-week warning strike, alleges FG ignores agreements

ASUU declares two-week warning strike, alleges FG ignores agreements

The  Academic Staff Union of Universities on Monday began  a two-week strike  to  press the Federal Government to implement its 2019 agreement and resolution. Also, the  University of Port Harcourt branch of the union  described as “all deception” the claim by the Federal Government that lecturers who  refused  to enrol on the Integrated Payroll Personnel Information System would not be paid their salaries. The Chairman of  UNIPORT ASUU, Dr Austen Sado, warned that there would…

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