ASUU Strike: AGF Directs All Lecturers That Are Yet To Enroll For IPPIS To Come To Abuja
As the federal government has been reluctant with her position that no enrollment into to the IPPIS no payment for the erring lecturers, in a press release yesterday, the Accountant General of the Federation issues a statement that all lecturers in federal universities to travel to Abuja and physically present themselves to OAGF for the purpose of bio-metric capturing, a statement that many lecturers see as an insult and degradation of the dignity of labour! because the bio-metric capturing machine could be hand carried to each institution.
One of the comment from an aggressive UDUS lecturer reads "Asking us to come to Abuja, is a serious attempt to disgrace us, humiliate us, to completely demean us, and spat our faces on the floor, let alone the risks of accidents and kidnapping on the roads. It is even a serious disgrace of our Vice-Chancellors and Committee of Vice-Chancellors to allow this to happen"
Read the AGF statement below:
ASUU Strike: FG Cancels Meeting With ASUU Leaders
Seem the lingering nine months strike by the Academic Staff Union of Universities wouldn't be called off any time soon as the scheduled meeting between the Federal Government and the Academic Staff Union of Universities was cancelled by the Ministry of Labour and Employment, on Monday.This was the second time in two weeks that the scheduled meeting was postponed by the government.The spokesman, Ministry of Labour and Employment, Charles Akpan, did not give reasons f...
ASUU Strike: WE Won't Go Back To Class Until Our Demands Are Fully Met - ASUU Says
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ASUU STRIKE: Meeting Betwen FG And ASUU Inconclusive, Sets To Resume For Discussion Next Week
Yesterday Thursday’s conciliatory meeting aimed at putting an end to the strike action embarked upon by university lecturers has been adjourned to October 21. Which mean the earlier report that spread around concerning the called off of the strike is erroneous.The industrial action, which started over six months ago, is a major reason why universities are yet to resume after the easing of the COVID-19 lockdown.The Thursday meeting was convened as a follow up to the...
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