The National leadership of the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) has proclaimed a fourteen-day warning strike in every public university with effect from Monday, March 9.

The president of ASUU, Prof Biodun Ogunyemi, unveiled this in Enugu, Monday, after the Union’s two-day National Executive Council meeting.

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He clarified that Nigerian colleges were under interminable attack, a circumstance that should have been tended to.

Ogunyemi clarified that the substance of the industrial activity was to constrain the Federal Government to make a move on the pending issues.

He lamented that their individuals in bureaucratic organizations were yet to be paid their February compensations as a result of the issue of Integrated Personnel and Payroll Information Service (IPPIS), adding that they expected to tell the Federal Government that enough was sufficient.

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“In our past gatherings, the Minister of Finance was exclusively worried about IPPIS to the point that different issues were not tended to,” he expressed.

The ASUU President, in any case, said that the Union would reconvene if nothing was done at the termination of the fourteen-day strike to decide the following line of activity.

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Queenta N. Duru Iruka
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