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ASUU Strike: UTAS Can Be Ready In Three Weeks – ASUU


THE Academic Staff Union of Universities has said the University Transparency Accountability Solution can be prepared in three weeks if the Federal Government is submitted.

A week ago, the FG had advised ASUU to travel to Integrated Payroll and Personnel Information System forthcoming when UTAS would be prepared for use.

Nonetheless, in a meeting with The PUNCH, ASUU President, Prof Biodun Ogunyemi, said there was no compelling reason to travel to IPPIS since UTAS could be prepared in all things considered three weeks if government was earnest.

“What is left for UTAS to breeze through uprightness assessment is the thing that we have begun with National Information Technology Development Agency; we have submitted archives to NITDA.

“On the off chance that legislature exhibits adequate generosity and backing, we can put the last stage behind us as an issue of weeks, possibly half a month probably. It is the altruism, duty that we are presently searching for.

“Instead of zeroing in on that, legislature is demanding that there is a progress; change for how long, how long? This last week, they actually paid a portion of our individuals who are not on IPPIS. All in all, what stage did they use?

“We have been letting them know, utilize the stage you have been utilizing to pay individuals; why the emphasis on IPPIS? That is the explanation we are stating there is a shrouded plan about IPPIS.

“At the fitting time, we will uncover the individuals who are behind it. We have presented each report, aside from on the off chance that they need to sit on the archives. On the off chance that they would prefer not to sit on the records for what reason are they saying we ought to return to IPPIS,” Ogunyemi questioned,

While responding to the issue of the N30bn Earned Academic Allowance offered by the FG which ASUU said it would be for its individuals alone, Ogunyemi clarified that the association haggled for ASUU not for different associations.

He added that it was irrational for the legislature to state different associations would profit by it.


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