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SSANU Commences Nationwide Strike On Monday, December 17

The supposed noncompliance of the central government likewise identifies with its refusal to execute an understanding came to with the association particularly on earned recompense. 

The Nigerian Tribune reports that SSANU made the goals at its 35th normal National Executive Council (NEC) meeting held at the Enugu state University of Science and Technology. 

The report said the goals was marked by its national president, Comrade Samson Ugwoke, and the national advertising officer, Comrade Abdussobur Salaam. 

The report said SSANU blamed the government for not complying with the judgment of National Industrial Court, Abuja, which decided that the instructors in college staff schools who were sacked by government ought to be reestablished. 

The association further affirmed that the government has not discharged the N8 billion earned stipend it guaranteed its individuals. 

Congressperson Chris Ngige, the work serve, had declared that the government would pay the three non-showing staff associations N8 billion as their earned recompense, yet SSANU mourns that months after, the guarantee has not been satisfied. 

"The government through the bureaucratic service of training had educated the administrator of the Joint Action Committee of NAAT, NASU and SSANU by means of a letter dated ninth August 2018, that endorsement had been given for the arrival of eight billion naira being installment of earned Allowances for non-showing staff in the colleges and asked for layouts for the installments to the associations. 

"It gives the idea that the letters being sent to the associations are a postpone ploy by the Federal Ministry of Education as the letters in themselves are unnecessary on the grounds that the associations had constantly made their positions known since the unpredictable dispensing of N23 billion to ASUU in 2017.
SSANU Commences Nationwide Strike On Monday, December 17 SSANU Commences Nationwide Strike On Monday, December 17 Reviewed by malik salawu on December 17, 2018 Rating: 5

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