The Joint Action Committee of the Non-Academic Employees Union, NASU, and the Senior Employees Affiliation of Nigeria Universities, SSANU, on Friday yet again extended their 14-day warning strike in Nigerian universities by one month.
The National President, SSANU, Mohammed H. Ibrahim and Customary Secretary, NASU, Peter A. Adeyemi, respectively, in a press launch dated April 21, 2022, educated the members that the strike has been extended by one month.
“It used to be downhearted that the executive had saved silent and remained indifferent to the requires of JAC of NASU and SSANU,” the assertion famed.
“Deriving from the options obtained from our branches in admire of the resolutions performed which supported completely the ongoing strike and other actions taken by the leadership of JAC, right here is to picture members that the strike has been extended by one month to begin on hour of darkness of Sunday, 24th April 2022, pending when the Federal executive would devour commerce of heart and be favourably disposed to our requires as highlighted in our letters dated March 1st, 2022, to the representative of the executive, the Hon. Minister of Labour and Employment,” the assertion added.
The body additionally took notice of the media assertion credited to the representative of the executive, Dr Chris Ngige, Minister of Labour and Employment on the “No Work No Pay” policy to its members.
The requires of the 2 unions consist of the inconsistent field of IPPIS, unpaid earned allowances and prolong in renegotiation of the Federal Executive of Nigeria, NASU, SSANU settlement and non-payment of minimum wage arrears.
Others integrated neglect and sad funding of command universities, non-payment of retirement benefits to outgoing members of the unions and usurpation of headship of non-instructing devices in determined violation of cases of service and establishment procedures, among others.