University of Ibadan ASUU Embarks On Warning Strike Over ‘Illegal deduction’

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NIGERIA'S MINISTER OF EDUCATION MALAM ADAMU ADAMU.

By; BAYO AKAMO, Ibadan

Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU), University of Ibadan Chapter on Tuesday declared one-week warning strike over Illegal pension deductions, Fractional salar‎y payments and non-payment of supervision allowance.

New Nigerian gathered that the union resolved to embark on the strike at its  Congress held at the Faculty of Arts of the Institution presided over by its Chairman, Dr Deji Omole.

The Congress was well attended were addressed also by the National Delegation of ASUU including Professors Mahmood Lawan(Kano), Tony Monye-Emina (Benin), Bebe Sese (Porthacourt), Ade Adejumo (Ibadan) sent to interact with members and the University management.

It was learnt that at the congress,ASUU members complained over excessive deductions in March salaries as well as accused the management of the University of Ibadan of failure to declare the Internally Generated Revenue profile of the University.

Sources said the “strike is to compel the university administration to address the issues which bothered on the welfare of her members who are being owed since 2010”.

ASUU in a release by the its University of Ibadan  Chairman, Dr Deji Omole and Secretary said “the Congress of ASUU, UNIBADAN at its meeting of 4th April, 2017 having received permission from the National body of the Union declared one-week warning strike beginning from 12:01 midnight today to 12:00 midnight on Tuesday 11th April, 2017”

The union cautioned that the failure of the university administration ‎to satisfactorily resolve all the issues,it will be forced to proceed on total, comprehensive and total strike until the resolution of the issues.

It will be recalled that ASUU, UI chapter in a congress resolution issued about a month ago warned the institution’s management to address it’s grievances which bother on but not limited to immediate reversal of illicit deduction, refusal of management to conduct credible audit, and non-payment of promotion arrears.

BAYO AKAMO,Ibadan

Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU), University of Ibadan Chapter on Tuesday declared one-week warning strike over Illegal Pension Deductions, Fractional salar‎y payments and non-payment of supervision allowance.

New Nigerian gathered that the union resolved to embark on the strike at its  Congress held at the Faculty of Arts of the Institution presided over by its Chairman, Dr Deji Omole.

The Congress was well attended were addressed also by the National Delegation of ASUU including Professors Mahmood Lawan(Kano), Tony Monye-Emina (Benin), Bebe Sese (Porthacourt), Ade Adejumo (Ibadan) sent to interact with members and the University management.

It was learnt that at the congress,ASUU members complained over excessive deductions in March salaries as well as accused the management of the University of Ibadan of failure to declare the Internally Generated Revenue profile of the University.

Sources said the “strike is to compel the university administration to address the issues which bothered on the welfare of her members who are being owed since 2010”.

ASUU in a release by the its University of Ibadan  Chairman, Dr Deji Omole and Secretary said “the Congress of ASUU, UNIBADAN at its meeting of 4th April, 2017 having received permission from the National body of the Union declared one-week warning strike beginning from 12:01 midnight today to 12:00 midnight on Tuesday 11th April, 2017”

The union cautioned that the failure of the university administration ‎to satisfactorily resolve all the issues,it will be forced to proceed on total, comprehensive and total strike until the resolution of the issues.

It will be recalled that ASUU, UI chapter in a congress resolution issued about a month ago warned the institution’s management to address it’s grievances which bother on but not limited to immediate reversal of illicit deduction, refusal of management to conduct credible audit, and non-payment of promotion arrears.

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