ASUU strike: Nigerian government meets again with lecturers today
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The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) and the federal government will again meet today, To resolve the ongoing warning strike by the lecturers.
The meeting was confirmed by senior officials of the union Monday night.
“We will be meeting with the federal government by 3 p.m.,” an official said.
According to one the sources, “the federal government has not paid our salaries.
However, they have paid those who are enrolled on IPPIS.
“This is a warning strike but if it is not resolved, we will proceed to indefinite strike.
The meeting will be the second since the union started its warning strike last week Monday.
ASUU asked its members in federal universities across the country to begin a two-week warning strike in response to the government’s decision to stop the February salaries of lecturers who have not registered on the salary (IPPIS) payment platform.
The union is also protesting poor funding, the proliferation of state universities and non-implementation of previous agreements.
The federal government had reached an interim agreement with the striking university, lecturers to integrate the University Transparency and Accountability Solution (UTAS) into the Integrated Payroll and Personnel Information System (IPPIS).
The IPPIS is the government’s accountability software that has been made compulsory for all public institutions, mainly for personnel payroll.
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