Strike: Our struggles are misunderstood – ASUU

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The ASUU strike has no end in sight as members of the union in Calabar have vowed to continue with the strike until the Federal Government meets the union’s demands, saying they will not go back to the classes on empty stomachs.

Dr Aniekan Brown, the zonal chairman of the union, while addressing a press conference at the University of Calabar on Monday, November 2 said the struggles of the union are misunderstood as he termed the federal Government’s IPPIS plan as treacherous.

“Sometimes, either by deliberate ill-intended machinations or for want of understanding, ASUU’s struggles are misunderstood. In the light of the above, it considered expedient to engage the public, to bring to the fore ASUU’s stance on the on-going strike action, and the government-induced distraction known as the Integrated Payroll and Personnel Information System and the Federal Government of Nigeria’s illicit commitment, hard-work, determination, and treachery to forcefully migrate staff of Federal Universities to IPPIS.” he said

The press conference was attended by ASUU chairmen from universities in the zone which comprises Abia State University, Akwa Ibom State University, Cross River University of Technology, Alex Ekwueme University, Ebonyi State University, University of Uyo and University of Calabar.

Nigerian Universities have been closed for eight months after ASUU declared an indefinite strike in March this year. The union’s president, Professor Biodun Ogunyemi, who announced the strike at a press conference, said the strike is over the Integrated Personnel and Payroll Information System and the non-implementation of the 2009 agreement.

13 Comments

  1. Yes nice decision, They that call themselves our leaders take millions of naira home every month and they now give the lectures pea nuts to take home
    Let them vomit their own salaries because it is too big

  2. Why is our leaders behaving like this? If this thing has not gone out beyond expectations, government won’t do anything on it.

  3. Is it because they don’t have the children in our federal universities that’s why they are behaving like that? This is unfair treatment meted out to us, ASUU strikes for the past eight months. Government why now.

  4. Our leaders should remember what pa obafemi awolowo said that “those children of that you refuse to train will not allow your children to have peace of mind” instead of attend to ASUU demand government is busy dribbling them

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