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FG Says "No Work, No Pay" To ASUU

The Federal Government has resolved to stop the salaries of protesting universities lecturers over the ongoing strike of the its Academic body, ASUU.

The decision to invoke the “no work, no pay” rule was said to have been officially taken yesterday, even though some
universities had earlier complained of no salaries since August.

It was gathered that the government has passed a directive to the various universities governing councils to stop payment of salaries of the striking lecturers forthwith.

The ASUU Zonal Chairman in Abuja, Mr Clement Chup confirmed the development yesterday after a zonal conference of ASUU, University of Abuja chapter, which
took place at the Gwagwalada campus to review the nationwide strike.

He said his colleagues were yet to receive their September salaries.

According to him, “we have resorted to other welfare strategies to cope with the effect of the strike, particularly to contain the various attempts by government to break the resolve
of the union.

“Part of the welfare strategy, involved distributing food items, giving out soft loans and cash advances to members.”

He urged members of the public to ignore the rumour that the strike has been called off.

He said: “Nigerians should disregard rumours making the rounds that the three months old
strike has been called off”, adding that “the strike continues until the government demonstrates a positive inclination towards
implementing the 2009 agreements and the 2012 Memorandum of Understanding signed by both parties.”

(Myschoolcomm)


Good for them i must say. Asuu go back to work and stop frustrating our young leaders.

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