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ASUU We are no longer responsible for the lingering strike - ASUU: We are no longer responsible for the lingering strike - Nigerian govt

ASUU: We are no longer responsible for the lingering strike – Nigerian govt

The federal authorities has mentioned it’s now not accountable for the lingering strike by the Tutorial Employees Union of Universities, ASUU.

Emeka Nwajiuba, Minister of State for Training mentioned there’s nothing ought to be stopping the lecturers from returning to school rooms.

Nwajiuba defined that the federal government has achieved what it must do, including that the lingering strike ought to be blamed on the lecturers.

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He spoke on Channels Tv whereas responding to why college lecturers haven’t known as off their industrial motion.

In response to the minister: “The lecturers could be again within the classroom tomorrow if they are saying they need to return. There may be nothing withholding the lecturers from getting into the classroom tomorrow.

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“All the things that the federal government must do is finished. If you need your salaries, get on the platform and acquire your salaries.”

The protracted industrial motion by the Tutorial Employees Union of Universities, ASUU, was because of the physique’s refusal to enroll on the federal authorities’s fee platform, Built-in Payroll and Personnel Info System (IPPIS).

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ASUU had severally insisted that it gained’t enrol on the IPPIS system.

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