FUL SSANU begins Warning strike in Kogi.

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FUL SSANU begins Warning strike in Kogi.

ATABOR JULIUS LOKOJA.

The members of the Senior Staff Association of Nigeria Universities (SSANU), Federal University Lokoja (FUL), Kogi State, on Tuesday, commenced three day warning strike to drag federal Government to head to their demands.

As early as 8am, the postcard carrying university staffs took over the gates and adjoining streets of the Adankolo campus of the institution.
In a statement signed by the chairman, SSANU/Joint Action Committee, Uche Onyedi the University body threatened to shutdown the University if the government fails to implementation the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) entered into by the parties.

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It read: “Gentlemen of the press, you recall that the JAC of NASU and SSANU had a 14-days warning strike which started from midnight of 4th of October and ended on 12 midnight 18th of October, 2020.

“As a result of the warning strike by NASU/SSANU, an eight point MoU was signed by JAC of SSANU and NASU on one hand, other stakeholders of the Federal Goverment on the other hand, at the instance of the Federal Ministry of LaLolbour and Employment, Abuja, on the 20th of October, 2020, in which a committee was constituted to look at our demands with a view to mapping out ways of solving them.

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“Very unfortunately, the Federal Goverment renaged on its promises to implement the agreements contained in the MoU.

“You are aware that there are glaring inconsistencies in the IPPIS payment platform, non payment of allowances, non payment of arrears of minimum wage consequential adjustments, delay in renegotiation of the 3009 agreements, very poor funding of state-owned universities, lack of visitation panels to universities for a very long time, non payment of retirement benefits.

“We are asking the Federal Goverment to as a matter of urgency implement the MoU now, to avoid closing down the university for another year.”


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