ASUU Confirms Strike To Start This Week

The Academic Staff Union of University (ASUU) have started mobilizing her members against the threat from the Accountant General of the Federation to stop the release of January Salary to her members because they have strongly refused to adopt the Integrated Personnel and Payroll System (IPPIS).

Professor Deji omole, the ASUU Chairman for University of Ibadan Chapter reacted to the development ASUU is planning on “No pay, No work” policy. The professor told news men that ASUU is ready to take it stand on autonomy and infringement of the issue of FGN-ASUU agreement.


Professor Omole also stated that ASUU rejected IPPIS based on law, principles and rule of law, and have also offered the government alternative platform called the University Transparency and Accountability Solutions ( UTAS ) which will deal with all of University peculiarities.

ASUU as therefore stated that if care is not taken, the industrial action (which is also called Strike), will take a long period of time, as they are ready to tackle this issue squarely with the Federal Government.

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