Tuesday , August 9 2022

IBB University ASUU begins warning strike

The Academic Staff Union (ASUU) of IBB University Lapai, has embarked on a one week warning strike over non payment of N530 million accrued academic allowances.

Dr Salahu Lawal, the ASSU Chairman of the institution said in an interview in Lapai on Thursday that the strike was also a protest over other unresolved issues.

According to him, the union and Niger Government had agreed on the payment of the N530 million accrued allowances in January.
“We had an understanding with the state government that from January 2018 they will start off setting the accrued allowances consecutively for a period of time.
“We are telling Niger Government by this warning strike that they have reneged on the agreement we reached with them in August 2017 and this a breach.
“This money is overdue and had accrued since 2009, nine years now’’ he said. ‎Lawal noted that such alleged breach of agreement would not augur well for the university which, he said, has shortage of manpower, infrastructure and basic amenities such as water and electricity.
He claimed that the institution lacked basic needs for proper teaching and learning.
‎“We want to graduate students that will be at par with their international counterparts to compete with them comparatively.‎
‎“We do not want to graduate students that will lag academically, psychologically, socially and otherwise.
“Our graduates should be our ambassadors anywhere they find themselves, this is why we are striving for a better institution.
‎“Our utmost demand is a better teaching and learning environment to produce the desired graduates for Nigeria and the world.’’
Lawal threatened that the union will proceed on indefinite strike if nothing is done by the government at the end of the warning strike.

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  1. Strike is what I hate most with universities because it will delay the actual year of graduation of students

  2. ojukwu Ogochukwu

    ahahn haba Na!! I thought dis people had resolved dis issue…or did an animal swallow the academic staff funds😂😂😂

  3. Omenuko Adaobi Promise

    Another strike again..Na wa -135

  4. strike again…. nawah ooo


  5. they shouldn’t start with this their strike stuff ohh.. am not ready biko

  6. lord mk this strike no last oooo


  7. lol
    This strike may pass 1 year oo
    Biko pay them o


  8. Let this people not even start this their wahala. Let somebody graduate in peace.


  9. Hmm everyday one thing or the other what’s this for strike here & there just hope it won’t last in other for set backs..

  10. Again??…haba i thought it was resolved.

  11. They should continue.. They will tire

  12. Lazarus kelvin chidiebube

    They should hold their peace ooo..
    And stop frustrating students.139

  13. Strike Strike Strike are they not tired of this. 134

  14. Amene Chidera Doris

    I hope the issue is resolved quickly. Strikes are not good for all parties involved especially the students.

  15. Nawao they should not even try it

  16. Nwakile Maureen Uzoma

    Government should do something about this strike issue,the students are at the receiving end.118

  17. This strike would possibly can be avoided na
    Make una pay them 😑

  18. I wonder who this strike of thing will help


  19. Ataka Fortunatus Tobenna

    Another strike again.. Nawah ooo


  20. Not again…I thought this issue had been resolved.


  21. why always on strike, I don’t understand anymore. government should better do something to solve the problem out…. hmmm I wonder

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