ASUU, SSANU move against IPPIS over non-payment of two months’ salary, allowances

ASUU, SSANU move against IPPIS over non-payment of two months’ salary, allowances

The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) yesterday pronounced that the Federal Government Integrated Payroll and Personnel Information System (IPPIS) had not accomplished much in its push to stem defilement yet rather is driven basically by neo-liberal just as narrow minded intrigue and inspirations. 

In an announcement marked by Chairman, ASUU, University of Benin (UNIBEN) Branch, Prof. Monday Omoregie and Secretary, Fabian Amaechina, said the body's individuals in seven government colleges as of May 27, 2020, who avoided enrolment into the IPPIS had still not been paid their February and March compensations against request that everybody be paid genuinely. 

Omoregie affirmed that all individuals from ASUU in government colleges, who would not be marked into the IPPIS stage, have their compensation retained. 

"This is notwithstanding the way that every single scholastic individual from staff that are on vacation in government colleges have additionally not been paid," Omoregie said 

In a related turn of events, the Senior Staff Association of Nigerian Universities (SSANU) has similarly taken steps to set out on absolute and uncertain strike activity emerging from unpaid recompenses of individuals from the association. 

The college laborers mourned that four months after they selected into the necessary IPPIS stage presented by the Federal Government, they are yet to get their recompenses. 

In an announcement marked by Chairman and Secretary of SSANU, University of Benin (UNIBEN) Branch, Broderick Osewa and Enoma Aigbovoriuwa, after an official board of trustees meeting of the body on Monday in Benin City, the SSANU individuals kicked against the evacuation of all stipends, for example, peril recompense, obligation remittance, call obligation stipend, move obligation stipend, among others, that were once in the past appreciated by individuals from the affiliation and which were a piece of the Memorandum of Action (MoA) understanding the Federal Government intentionally entered with SSANU in 2009. 

They pledged to start the strike when foundations, which were secured because of the novel COVID-19 pandemic, are revived. In the mean time, ASUU has blamed Minister for Labor and Employment, Dr. Chris Ngige, of profiting by the continuous go head to head between the association and the legislature.  

The association, be that as it may, rechristened him as Minister of Dispute Escalation and Disinformation.Chairman, University of Ibadan Chapter of the association, Prof. Ayo Akinwole, in an announcement made accessible to newsmen in Ibadan yesterday, said that the stance of Ngige on the continuous strike had uncovered him as somebody profiting by the strike and without the initiative characteristics to take care of issue for his head.  

Akinwole, who blamed Ngige for misguiding Nigerians about the explanations behind picketing, said that ASUU went strike as a result of the disappointment of the Buhari government to respect the Memorandum of Action it marked with the association on February 7, 2019. 

He recorded the motivations to incorporate non-installment of revitalisation subsidize, non-installment of extraordinary parity of the earned scholarly recompenses, multiplication and non-financing of state colleges and the disappointment of the legislature to set up appearance boards to government colleges.


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