Latest Asuu strike update today 12 November 2020
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The National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS) has decided to undergo a Nationwide Protest following the ongoing strike in the country.
In an Emergency Virtual Meeting between the NANS students’ leaders in Enugu held on Nov 9, the organization issued a communique saying that the continued strike was an organized crime against the career and educational pursuits of the Nigerian students.
The Academic Staff Union Of Universities (ASUU) has told the Federal Government of Nigeria to stop using the Integrated Payroll and Personal Information System (IPPIS) as a Condition for the Union to call off the ongoing Strike.
The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) has declared that the University Transparency Accountability Solution (UTAS) can be gotten in 3 weeks assuming the Federal Government is serious and committed to it.
ASUU denies several members have accepted IPPIS as claimed by the government while also insisting that IPPIS is full of corruption
ASUU chairman reveals FG paid Professors N8000 through the Integrated Payroll and Personnel Information System (IPPIS)
ASUU and FG disagree on Payment system again as the meeting between academic union of universities and the federal government ended in deadlock once again
The Federal Government after its just concluded meeting with the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) described its Demands as ridiculous and unreasonable.
THE Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU just released an update on why the union has not called off the ongoing strike in the country
FG and ASUU disagree on payment system for allowances of over 30 billion Naira in earned allowances across the years which are still unpaid
The Federal Government and the Academic Staff Union of Universities have again disagreed on the payment system of allowances
ASUU and FG deadlocked in latest meeting October 16 2020 as the academic union of universities and the Nigerian senate meet again over the ongoing strike
The conflict is about the payment system introduced by the federal government known as IPPIS as opposed to the system introduced by the union known as the UTAS
ASUU and Senate deadlocked in latest meeting October 2020 as the academic union of universities and the Nigerian senate meet again
Recall that the Nigerian universities had been shut down since February 2020 as a result of the ongoing strike and a meeting has now been held between ASUU and the senate earlier today
During the Presentation of the 2021 budget of N13.08 trillion to the joint session of the National Assembly in Abuja on Thursday, President Buhari noted that only federal workers who have been captured by the Integrated Personnel Payroll Information System (IPPIS) platform will continue to receive salaries.
ASUU has alleged that lies and propaganda from the Federal Government of Nigeria would not force their hand into ending the strike.
It is likely that students will continue to stay at home despite the Federal government’s directive that all educational institutions should resume by Monday next week being October 12th as ASUU has decided to ignore the directives.
We are still on strike ASUU insists Staff unions in schools, especially those owned by the FG, have sounded warning strike, while those already on strike, may not back out yet.
The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) has called up for an adoption of the University Transparency and Accountability Solution (UTAS) in the country.
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