In News by Oluwaseun Samuel on the 05th, October, 2020

The Lies Of FG Gained’t Finish ASUU Strike

The Lies Of FG Won’t End ASUU Strike

Chairman

ASUU President, Prof. Biodun Ogunyemi

The Tutorial Employees Union of Universities has stated the alleged lies and propaganda employed by the Federal Authorities in opposition to the union won’t pressure it to droop the strike motion.

The union denied the declare by the Minister of Labour and Employment, Dr Chris Ngige, that it had suspended the six-month-old strike, saying such lies by the Federal Authorities officers would worsen the scenario fairly than bringing an answer to the disaster.

The Chairman, ASUU, College of Ibadan, Prof. Ayoola Akinwole, in a press release on Sunday additionally pressured that the union wouldn’t droop the strike till the federal government addressed the union’s calls for which embody improved funding of tertiary establishments.

The assertion learn, “As of in the present day, October four, 2020, ASUU members are being owed three months salaries. In some universities like MOAU and UNIMAID our members haven’t acquired wage for as much as six months.

“The Federal Authorities, by means of the Workplace of the Accountant-Basic of the Federation, has criminally withheld 5 months’ (February to June, 2020) check-off deducted from our members’ salaries with out remittance to the union. The federal government has forcefully enlisted our members into the Nationwide Housing Fund scheme and has constantly been illegally deducting cash for this from our members’ salaries.

“Our ongoing whole, complete and indefinite strike motion will proceed if this propaganda and lies in opposition to ASUU by appointees and representatives of the Federal Authorities just like the Minister of Labour and Employment, Dr Chris Ngige, persists.”

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