ASUU strike: FG denies considering multiple payment platforms | The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World News

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ASUU strike: FG denies considering multiple payment platforms | The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World News

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ASUU strike: FG denies considering multiple payment platforms | The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World News

The Federal Government, yesterday, distanced itself from reports making the rounds that it was contemplating different payment schedules for the various trade unions in tertiary institutions.

•Promises quick resolution, okays job portal, NSITF’s digitisationThe Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) had insisted on the University Transparency and Accountability Solution (UTAS) being created, claiming that the Integrated Payroll and Personnel Information System (IPPIS) was short-changing the teachers.

Government, in March, said UTAS had failed three integrity tests.The Senior Staff Association of Nigerian Universities (SSANU) and Non-Academic Staff Union of Allied and Educational Institutions (NASU) also had Universities Peculiar Personnel Payroll System (UPPPS) as their variant.

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Photo: FMIC • Promises quick resolution, okays job portal, NSITF’s digitisation The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) had insisted on the University Transparency and Accountability Solution (UTAS) being created, claiming that the Integrated Payroll and Personnel Information System (IPPIS) was short-changing the teachers. Government, in March, said UTAS had failed three integrity tests. He observed that the Nigerian economy, from 1960 and before 2015, lacked values for national development. The Senior Staff Association of Nigerian Universities (SSANU) and Non-Academic Staff Union of Allied and Educational Institutions (NASU) also had Universities Peculiar Personnel Payroll System (UPPPS) as their variant. But it didn’t happen. Minister of Labour and Employment, Chris Ngige, told reporters after the weekly Federal Executive Council meeting (FEC), presided over by President Muhammadu Buhari, yesterday, in Abuja, that efforts were ongoing to resolve the crisis soon. The economist dropped the hint while speaking on the new leadership style, christened, Constructive Age of Ideology (CAI). He said contrary to insinuations that the government had ignored ASUU, there had been a series of meetings between concerned parties with the next one holding today.

IN another development, the Federal Government said it has approved the opening of a job portal for Nigerians at home and abroad. Wike must have had a dank feeling of being an unwanted man but it is not so. Ngige, who also made the disclosure, said the digitisation of operations of the Nigeria Social Insurance Trust Fund (NSITF) had equally been approved by the government. He said his ministry presented two memos, stating: “The first was presented on behalf of our parastatal, NSITF.” He said e-NSITF would cost N1. But even Okowa went through some withering scrutiny because a vice presidential candidate has to be chosen as carefully as an engagement ring so that he can complement the qualities of the presidential candidate.2 billion.

Ngige also said the council equally approved a portal, Nigerian Labour Exchange (NILEX) domiciled in his ministry, for employment and job creation. In this article . Ibori’s candidate was Mr David Edevbie while Okowa’s choice was Mr Sheriff Oborevwort who is the Speaker of the State House of Assembly.