ASUU Threatens to Sanction Non-Complying University Chapters for Failure to Comply with Ongoing Strike.

ASUU Threatens to Sanction Non-Complying Chapters/Universities that do not follow the Academic Staff Union of Universities’ decision to remain on strike while discussions with the Federal Government are ongoing.

ASUU Threatens to Sanction Non-Complying Chapters

The president of ASUU, Prof Emmanuel Osodeke, disclosed this in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria in Abuja on Monday.

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According to NAN, ASUU has been on strike for the past five months to press its demands.

The demands of the striking professors include funds for the rejuvenation of public universities, Earned Academic Allowances, a University Transparency Accountability Solution, and promotion arrears.

Among the others are the renegotiation of the 2009 ASUU-FG Agreement and discrepancies in the Integrated Personnel Payroll Information System.

According to NAN, since the union went on strike, some of its members have dropped out to pursue their academic interests and because of this, ASUU Threatens to Sanction Non-Complying Chapters.

The demands of the striking professors include funds for the rejuvenation of public universities, Earned Academic Allowances, a University Transparency Accountability Solution, and promotion arrears.

“We’ll make certain to interrogate them, and we’ll follow up appropriately.” We’ve even questioned a number of them in accordance with the union’s procedures.”

According to Osodeke, there hasn’t been any Tripartite Plus meeting on the ongoing strike since the last one, which was convened by the President’s Chief of Staff, Ibrahim Gambari, over a month ago.

The demands of the striking professors include funds for the rejuvenation of public universities, Earned Academic Allowances, a University Transparency Accountability Solution, and promotion arrears.

He made no particular remarks on the most recent meeting, which took place in the Presidential Villa in Abuja.

“We haven’t been called back since then, and the government hasn’t provided us anything; all they’ve asked us to do is meet with the committee,” he added.

He also claimed that a meeting between the union and the government will take place within the next week.

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