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“The protests will commence on Monday, July 15.” Nigeria

National President of SSANU, Samson Ugwoke, who stated this in Abuja, yesterday, explained that the unions were agitated by the non-reinstatement of their members in universities’ staff schools, offering of 20 percent of the earned allowance to non-teaching staff and 80 percent to teaching staffers and exclusion from running of National University Pension Company .

“The protests will commence on Monday, July 15. We urge our members nationwide to comply with this directive. Our action shall be total and comprehensive. Nobody should be seen in the offices during the protests.” “It was agreed that a new software system by the consultant should take care of all the peculiarities of the university system. JAC of the Senior Staff Association of Nigerian University and Non-Academic Staff Union of Universities and associated institutions would partially support the implementation of IPPIS in the university system.”

“We in the system know the rate at which people become professors. There is no PFA that can pay the salaries of professors at the rate they are churned out now, where it is very easy for the teaching staffers to become professors. “We hereby reject the 20 percent allocation to the three unions in the system and demand the sum of N30billion as part of the earned allowance of non-teaching from 2009 to 2016.”

 

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