No Salaries For Striking University Staff – Minister Speaks

Date: 18-08-2022 1:05 pm (3 months ago) | Author: Abasiodu Sunday
- at 18-08-2022 01:05 PM (3 months ago)
(m)

He ruled out any salary payment for striking members of the Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU, even when they eventually call off their strike.

Adamu Adamu, the Minister of Education, has said lecturers who are on strike will not be paid.

He ruled out any salary payment for striking members of the Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU, even when they eventually call off their strike.

The same action may be meted out on other university unions such as the Senior Staff Association of Nigerian Universities (SSANU), Non Academic Staff Union of University and Allied Institutions (NASU), National Association of Academic Technologists (NAAT), among others.

Adamu said government was bent on implementing and sustaining the “no work, no pay policy” to serve as a deterrent to the striking unions, who most times don’t blink an eye before embarking on industrial actions.

Adamu made the clarifications when he featured at the weekly media briefing coordinated by the Presidential Media Team on Thursday, at the Presidential Villa, Abuja, where he noted that students are at liberty to institute legal actions against the striking unions if they feel shortchanged academically.

Recall that the truce meeting called between the Education Minister and ASUU few days ago ended in deadlock owing to differences in some of the demands raised.

While ASUU had insisted that one of the conditions for suspending the over six months strike is for government to pay their emoluments for the six months period they have been out of classes, the Nimi Briggs-led committee on behalf of the federal government refused to concede to such demand.

Adamu said the Briggs committee is expected to meet with ASUU again on Friday, to state their current position.

As Adamu was explaining the government’s side to State House Correspondents, ASUU released a statement detailing what actually transpired during the recent truce meeting.

Emmanuel Osodeke, President of ASUU, said at the resumed meeting of the Federal Government and the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) 2009 Agreement Re-negotiation Committee on Tuesday, 16th August, 2022, the Government Team presented an “Award” of a Recommended Consolidated University Academic Salary Structure (CONUASS) prepared by the National Salaries, Incomes and Wages Commission (NSIWC) to ASUU. But ASUU firmly rejected and still rejects the “Award”.

Osodeke said the 1981 FGN-ASUU Agreement, under Alhaji Shehu Shagari’s administration, established the principle of collective bargaining, based on the Wages Boards and Industrial Council’s Decree No 1 of 1973, the Trade Dispute Act (1976), ILO Conventions 49 (1948), 91(1950), 154 (1988) and recommendation 153 (1981), Udoji Commission Report of 1974, and Cookey Commission Report of 1981.

He said it also provided a platform for resolving such important issues as special Salaries and Conditions of Service of University Staff, University Funding, roles of Pro Chancellors, Vice-Chancellors, and National Universities Commission (NUC). A key outcome was a special salary scale for university staff known as University Salary Structure (USS).

He said as at the commencement of the renegotiation of the 2009 FGN/ASUU Agreement on 16th March 2017, both the Federal Government and ASUU teams agreed to be guided by the following principles as their terms of reference: reversal of the decay in the Nigerian University System, in order reposition it for its responsibilities in national development; to reversal of the brain drain, not only by enhancing the remuneration of academic staff, but also by disengaging them from the encumbrances of a unified civil service wage structure; restoration of Nigerian Universities, through immediate, massive and sustained financial intervention; and ensuring genuine university autonomy and academic freedom.

Posted: at 18-08-2022 01:05 PM (3 months ago) | Gistmaniac
- jhnjjn at 18-08-2022 01:24 PM (3 months ago)
(m)
Baba Awogbemi Osameji Traditional Herbalist Native Doctor, Call or Text what s app (0813 193 1670 - +234 8131931670) We are attend peoples and secure them with our leave and root........Medicine available.

Stroke ,

Strong penis ,

Strong cough,

Stomach pin ,

Fibroid,

Money ritual without human blood,

Diabetic,

Stroke,

Sperm erection,

Sugar level,

Strong penis,

Bring your wife or husband back ,

Love attract , And E.T.C.

Call Or Text whats app +2348131931670

WA FUN AYEWO ARARE NIHIN.
Ogun stroke,

Ogun giri mode,

Ose oshole todaju,

Ogun ito sugar ,

Ogun I romo bi ,

Ogun iferan ,

Agbo ki oko lele dada,

Ogun ti nkan omokunrin bakere,

Ogun igbega lenu ise ,

Ogun amubo obinrin tabi okunrin ,

Ati bebe lo ...epe wa si ori ero ibanisoro Yi fun alaye lekun rere.....

 ( +2348131931670 ) ( +2348131931670 )

Notice: Location is not the barea ,we can send our medicine to all over the world through post office or DHL and you will pay for the work after you receive your work....


Posted: at 18-08-2022 01:24 PM (3 months ago) | Upcoming
Reply
- gogoman at 18-08-2022 01:37 PM (3 months ago)
Online (m)
no work no pay!!
Posted: at 18-08-2022 01:37 PM (3 months ago) | Grande Master
Reply
- joromy at 18-08-2022 01:41 PM (3 months ago)
(m)
Just imagine who is talking
Posted: at 18-08-2022 01:41 PM (3 months ago) | Gistmaniac
Reply
- Stengo at 18-08-2022 04:00 PM (3 months ago)
(m)
Bubu government is suffering from ANTIDISESTABLISHMAINTAINIARISM
Posted: at 18-08-2022 04:00 PM (3 months ago) | Upcoming
Reply
- Kidfreshfunmi at 18-08-2022 05:36 PM (3 months ago)
(m)
"Adamu Adamu, the Minister of Education, has said lecturers who are on strike will not be paid."

lol Working without PAY was the reason why they striked - Mr Minister!  Grin
Posted: at 18-08-2022 05:36 PM (3 months ago) | Upcoming
Reply

fire TRENDING GISTS fire

TODAY'S TOP
  1. I'll Rather Burn My Voters Card – Oyedepo Speaks On Presidential Candidate He'll Never Vote For

  2. Tinubu Fought Me With Charms - Bucknor-Akerele Reveals Why She Resigned As Tinubu’s Deputy -Vid

  3. Pastor Ayo Oritsejafor's Wife Absent From Church Activities (PHOTOS)

  4. Wizkid Receives First-ever Diamond Certification For Collaboration With Drake

  5. Regina Daniels 2-year-old Son Campaigns For Dad Ned Nwoko (Video)

  6. Bishop to Be Sentenced for Selling £91 Covid Protection Oil (Photo)

  7. Man Reveals He Still Loves His Wife Despite Cheating On Him Twice

  8. Vendor Calls Out Papaya Ex For Not Promoting Her Business 2 Weeks After Receiving Payment

  9. President Buhari Deserve Praises for Saving Many Nigerians From Hunger - Lai Mohammed

  10. Aisha Buhari Ordered The Beating of Her Critic, Aminu Adamu At The Villa - Lawyer Reveals

  11. VIDEO: Labour Party Women Leader's Restaurant in Kebbi Burnt Down by Suspected Thugs

  12. Newly Redesigned Naira Now in Banks, Ready For Issuance – CBN Gov. Emefiele

  13. Is This UNILAG? — Reactions As Nigerians Dominate UK University’s Graduation List

  14. Nigerians React As Little Girl Attends Her Graduation Ceremony In Lashes And Fixed Nails - VID


THIS WEEK
  1. Ex CAN President Pastor Ayo Oritsejafor Divorces Wife After 25yrs of Marriage Over Infidelity

  2. 'He Never Wanted Me' - Susan Pwajok Reveals Billionaire Banker, Tony Elumelu Is Her Father

  3. You Wont Believe The Fee And Requirements For Burna Boy’s Performance

  4. Nigerian Man Dumps Wife While On Their Way Back From Church After Their Wedding (VIDEO)

  5. 2023: Bola Tinubu Reveals Why Nigerians Should Vote For Him In This Interview

  6. Moment Tinubu Re-directed Questions He Was Asked in Chatham House London, to Some of His Aides

  7. Unapproved Phones In Nigerian Markets To Be Avoided As Listed By NCC

  8. Watch Moment Controversial Actress, Nkechi Blessing Twerks For Ooni Of Ife, Oba Enitan Ogunwusi

  9. Singer, Wizkid Is Allegedly Expecting Baby Number 4 With His Ghanaian Girlfriend

  10. You Cant Sing, It Is Paid Promotion That Helps You - Portable Blasts Wizkid


TOP MEMBERS: