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SSANU, NASU expand strike by one month, fault Nigerian govt

The Senior Staff Association of Nigerian Universities' (SSANU) Joint Action Committee and the Non-Academic Staff Union of Educational and Allied Institutions (NASU) have drawn out their strike by one month, IgbereTV reports

SSANU expressed in a roundabout endorsed by Muhammed Ibrahim, its National President, and Peters Adeyemi, its General Secretary, on Friday, that the choice to stretch out the strike was made to give extra time for all requests to be fulfilled.

Following the public authority's inability to meet a portion of their extraordinary requests, SSANU and NASU, alongside the Academic Staff Union of Universities, sent off a strike.

In spite of the way that the Federal Government had reported through Minister of Labor and Employment Chris Ngige that it would clear the remarkable the lowest pay permitted by law unfulfilled obligations, the associations demanded protesting.

"Considering the way that the vast majority of the issues in conflict have not been settled as the most common way of settling same is continuous and to permit the cycle to be finished up, we thusly direct that the continuous strike be extended by one month.

"Ideally, all cycles would have been closed and all issues in debate well settled," 

the round read.

The associations are requesting that the Integrated Payroll and Personnel Information System (IPPIS) be given reliably, that exceptional acquired remittances be paid, that the renegotiation of the FGN, NASU, and SSANU arrangements be postponed, and that lowest pay permitted by law overdue debts be paid


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