ASUU has threatens to go on strike as they directed their members to embark on the strike as soon as they stop receiving payment from the federal government.
The Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU has directed its members nationwide to go on strike as soon as the Federal Government stops lecturers’ salaries. Expect the unexpected.
The union added that it was consulting with its members nationwide on the directive by the Federal Government stopping the payment of salaries to lecturers and all workers of tertiary institutions who are not enrolled on the Integrated Personnel and Payroll Information System.
Meanwhile, ASUU has accused unnamed government officials of sabotaging its discussions with the Federal Government on the proposed University Transparency and Accountability Solution.
Immediately salaries are paid and we discovered that other members of staff are paid and our members are not paid, we will automatically begin the strike.
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