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‘No Returning,’ ASUU Faults Work Minister Ngige For Delayed Strike


ASUU has demanded that it won’t withdraw on the strike by individuals from the association the nation over, which is right now in its fifth month.

ASUU Public President, Teacher Emmanuel Osodeke, expressed this on Tuesday while preparation journalists in Abuja, the country’s capital.

Speakers in government-possessed colleges left on a cross country strike on February 14 over the reception of the Coordinated Staff Finance Data Framework (IPPIS) of the public authority as the installment framework in the college area.

They had likewise discredited the unfortunate financing of colleges, non-installment of pay rates and stipends of a portion of their partners, as well as the failure of the public authority to pay procured scholastic remittance to teachers, among different issues.

Since the modern activity started, a few dealings between the association and the public authority have finished in halt.

In the midst of objection over the impact of the modern activity on the country’s tertiary education area, different people and gatherings have requested that the public authority track down an enduring answer for the emergency.

In his preparation on Tuesday in the country’s capital, Teacher Osedeke said the Minister of Work and Business, Chris Ngige ought to be faulted for the current circumstance.

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