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UNPAID SALARIES: SSANU, NASU TO EMBARK ON PROTEST

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UNPAID SALARIES: SSANU, NASU TO EMBARK ON PROTEST                                                                                                                                    07-07-24

By Sadiq Aminu                                                          The joint Action Committee of the Senior Staff Association of Nigerian Universities(SSANU) and the Non-Academic Staff Union of Educational and Associated Institutions (NASU) have directed their members to mobilize for Protest on Tuesday.

The Unions have expressed their displeasure over the continued withholding of their four months salaries by the federal government.

The Minister of Education, Prof Tahir Mamman met with the Unions on Thursday last week to address their concerns which ended in deadlock.

In a statement jointly issued by the President of SSANU, Comrade Mohammed Ibrahim and General Secretary of NASU, Comrade Peters Adeyemi, they said government has not shown any convincing commitment to pay the four months withheld salaries.

The Unions have directed all branches to convene a meeting on Monday, 8th July, 2024 to strategize for Protest on Tuesday, which will be followed by Nationwide Protest on July 18 in Abuja and thereafter, Industrial action.

The Unions stated that ASUU was paid the withheld salaries in October, last year, skipping the other three Unions.

SSANU and NASU had issued a two week Ultimatum to the federal government to pay their four months withheld salaries.

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