The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) will hold its National Executive Council (NEC) meeting on Sunday to evaluate the continuous strike “to know the following line of move to make.”
The leader of the association, Emmanuel Osodeke, a teacher of soil science, who affirmed this to our columnist on the telephone on Saturday, be that as it may, neglected to give the subtleties of the planned gathering.
Notwithstanding, a source among the NEC individuals, who would rather not be cited to keep away from sanctions, said the gathering would hold in Abuja.
ASUU Disappointed As FG Fails To Fulfill Promise, Despite Warning Strike Action
The President of the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU), Professor Emmanuel Osodeke, has expressed that nothing moderate has arisen to see a finish to the advance notice strike left upon by the body.
The ASUU’s strike which is in its fourth week has been relied on the association’s requests on the renewal of state funded colleges, acquired scholarly recompenses, renegotiation of the 2009 ASUU-FGN understanding, and irregularities in the Integrated Payroll and Personnel data framework.
Prof. Osodeke, who was a visitor on Channels Television’s show, Sunrise Daily, communicated his mistake at the situation and the public authority’s powerlessness to satisfy the guarantees it made two years prior.
ASUS GIVES 2 CONDITIONS TO CALL OFF STRIKE
Dele Ashiru, director of the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) University of Lagos (UNILAG) section has said the continuous strike won’t be canceled except if the national government satisfies two critical needs of the association.
Ashiru revealed to BusinessDay on Friday, that except the central government will execute the reconsidered 2009 understanding and pull out of the Integrated Payroll and Personnel Information System (IPPIS) and start to utilize the University Transparency, Accountability Solution (UTAS) installment stage the teachers won’t withdraw from the strike.
“To end the strike, the central government should execute the revised 2009 understanding and pull out of the IPPIS with prompt impact and use UTAS as an installment stage for teachers,” Ashiru said.
The college has cautioned that the national government should halt misguiding Nigerians by expressing that UTAS couldn’t finish the honest assessment. The national government had before expressed that UTAS has bombed the important tests that ought to qualify it to be utilized as an installment stage.
Kashif Inuwa, the chief general of the National Information Technology Development Agency (NITDA) who talked with media in Abuja toward the finish of the Federal Executive Council (FEC) meeting said UTAS bombed the test that qualifies it for an installment stage.