ASUU seeks stakeholders’ intervention to finish ‎strike

The Educational Workers Union of Universities, ‎Kano College of Science and Expertise, Wudil (ASUU-KUST), has suggested stakeholders to prevail on the Federal Authorities (FG) to fulfil its guarantees in direction of ending the continued strike.‎

The decision was made on Friday in an announcement collectively signed by Muhammad Gaya and Murtala Muhammad, chairman and secretary of the affiliation‎, and issued in Kano, NAN studies.‎

Gaya urged mother and father, college students, Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) and different stakeholders to triumph on the FG to honour the agreements reached with the union, and re-negotiate to deal with the problems at stake to finish the lingering strike by its members.

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“The Federal Authorities lately launched Built-in Public Pay Info System (IPPIS), which undermines college autonomy and grossly incompatible with the college system.‎

“It is very important observe that the Federal Authorities has subjugated our members within the College of Maiduguri and Michael Okpara ‎College of Agriculture, Umudike into untold hardship by withholding their salaries since Feb. 2020.

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“Additionally our members in different universities have their salaries stopped since July 2020,” Gaya mentioned.

Gaya defined that the union in its ‎congress on September 24, reaffirmed its assist to the continued strike to forestall the looming disaster within the college system in Nigeria.

‎He additionally known as on the Federal Authorities to undertake proactive measures to test large mind drain within the college system.

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