Nigerian students in more trouble as NASU and SSANU extend strike by two months
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Nigerian students in more trouble as NASU and SSANU extend strike by two months

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The continuing strike by the Non-Academic Staff Union of Educational and Allied Institutions and the Senior Staff Association of Nigerian Universities’ Joint Action Committee has been postponed for another two months.

The decision was made as a result of the government’s refusal to heed the union’s demands, according to a statement issued by the SSANU’s National President, Mr. Mohammed Ibrahim, and General Secretary, Mr. Peter Adeyemi.

Some of the demands of SSANU include the inconsistent issue of the Integrated Payroll and Personnel information system, unpaid earned allowances, delay in the renegotiation of the FGN, NASU, SSANU agreements, and non-payment of minimum wage arrears.

The statement said, in part, “It is only expedient that we let the process to be fully concluded before directing the conclusion of the strike. Government is still far from properly settling the points in contention. You are thus told that the strike has been prolonged by two months, during which time we hope to have successfully resolved all of the contentious matters. Beginning on Friday, June 24, 2022, the two-month extension will be in effect. It might interest you to read Nigeria ASUU Strike Update: “ASUU will call off strike soon” — FG

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Nigerian students in more trouble as NASU and SSANU extend strike by two months

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