ASUU Threatens To Embark On Another Strike

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In under one year that the Federal and State University continued its extended strike, the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) has taken steps to leave on another mechanical activity because of no settlement of compensation by the Federal Government.

The ASUU Chairman from the University of Jos, Dr Lazarus Maigoro gave the clue in a press articulation gave and made accessible to newsmen in Jos, Plateau State.

As per him, the association is wanting to set out on another strike over the intentional refusal of the Accountant-General of the Federation, Ahmed Idris to take care of the compensations and settlement of check levy of more than 1,000 staff for a very long time.

Maigoro likewise blamed the AGF for fanning the ashes of dissension between the Federal Government and the Union, which may prompt another round of strike activity that may spell destruction for the instruction area.

He, notwithstanding, asked the Federal Government to swim into the issue to thwart the expected closure of the tertiary schooling area.

The assertion incompletely read,

“Regardless of the order given by Mr president to pay the pay rates, all things considered, the AGF has would not pay their pay rates going from four to 13 months separately.
“Large numbers of our individuals in the University of Jos and the nation over have not been paid compensations from February 2020 to date.
“The AGF has totally disregarded the particulars of the arrangement endorsed between our association and the Federal Government.
“Ahmed Idris, from all aim and objects, is set on retaining the compensations of more than 1,000 individuals from ASUU spread across Nigeria with in excess of 100 of such speakers being individuals from our Branch in the University of Jos.
“More troubling is the way that while Idris is declining to pay these compensations, his staff in the OAGF are occupied with calling the influenced instructors and demanding they’ve to enroll with IPPIS before they are paid; some are even approached to relinquish a piece of their pay rates to be paid. So obviously this is an intentional follow up on the piece of the AGF and his staff.”

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