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ASUP Set to Embark on Nationwide Strike April 6th

ASUP Set to Embark on Nationwide Strike April 6th

Posted By NAIJALIKE on March 20, 2021
Category: News

Latest: ASUP Set to Embark on Nationwide Strike April 6th

The Academic Staff Union of Polytechnic (ASUP) has announced that it will embark on a nationwide strike from April 6, 2021. According to the union, this is due to the ‘’culture of neglect by the government on issues affecting the technological education sub-sector.’’

ASUP President, Anderson U Ezeibe, speaking after the 99th meeting of the National Executive Council of the union at Hassan Usman Polytechnic, Katsina disclosed that this decision was informed by six key factors affecting polytechnic education.

He said the issues include non-implementation of the ASUP/FG agreement of 2010, non-payment of salaries, and arrears of the new minimum wage in some state-owned Polytechnics, among others.

The union further listed conditions under which the proposed April 6 industrial action may be called off to include: Implementation of the NEEDS Assessment report of 2014, reconstitution of the Governing Councils of Polytechnics, the release of Promotional areas in federal Polytechnics, among others.


Earlier: ASUP Threatens Strike Action Over IPPIS

The Academic Staff Union of Polytechnics (ASUP) has threatened to embark on strike action over the implementation of IPPIS. See the full details below.

Following a 21-day ultimatum by the Senior Staff Association of Nigerian Polytechnics (SSANIP) to the Federal Government over issues associated with the Integrated Payroll and Personnel Information System (IPPIS), the Academic Staff Union of Polytechnics (ASUP) has threatened to embark on strike if the Federal Government fail to address the issues.

ASUP President, Anderson Ezeobe disclosed this in Abuja, stressing that the 15-day ultimatum issued by the union remains valid. He stated that the union chapters have been mandated by the National Executive Council to hold congresses to map out the way forward on the issue.

Ezeobe remarked, “We understand that the pandemic has altered a lot of dynamics and so with the feedback we get from our members, we can come back and say, we are shutting down or giving a particular date. So we are waiting for directives that will come from our congress.”

Latest: ASUP Set to Embark on Nationwide Strike April 6th

The Academic Staff Union of Polytechnic (ASUP) has announced that it will embark on a nationwide strike from April 6, 2021. According to the union, this is due to the ‘’culture of neglect by the government on issues affecting the technological education sub-sector.’’

ASUP President, Anderson U Ezeibe, speaking after the 99th meeting of the National Executive Council of the union at Hassan Usman Polytechnic, Katsina disclosed that this decision was informed by six key factors affecting polytechnic education.

He said the issues include non-implementation of the ASUP/FG agreement of 2010, non-payment of salaries, and arrears of the new minimum wage in some state-owned Polytechnics, among others.

The union further listed conditions under which the proposed April 6 industrial action may be called off to include: Implementation of the NEEDS Assessment report of 2014, reconstitution of the Governing Councils of Polytechnics, the release of Promotional areas in federal Polytechnics, among others.


Earlier: ASUP Threatens Strike Action Over IPPIS

The Academic Staff Union of Polytechnics (ASUP) has threatened to embark on strike action over the implementation of IPPIS. See the full details below.

Following a 21-day ultimatum by the Senior Staff Association of Nigerian Polytechnics (SSANIP) to the Federal Government over issues associated with the Integrated Payroll and Personnel Information System (IPPIS), the Academic Staff Union of Polytechnics (ASUP) has threatened to embark on strike if the Federal Government fail to address the issues.

ASUP President, Anderson Ezeobe disclosed this in Abuja, stressing that the 15-day ultimatum issued by the union remains valid. He stated that the union chapters have been mandated by the National Executive Council to hold congresses to map out the way forward on the issue.

Ezeobe remarked, “We understand that the pandemic has altered a lot of dynamics and so with the feedback we get from our members, we can come back and say, we are shutting down or giving a particular date. So we are waiting for directives that will come from our congress.”

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ASUP Set to Embark on Nationwide Strike April 6th

ASUP Set to Embark on Nationwide Strike April 6th

Posted By NAIJALIKE on March 20, 2021
Category: News

Latest: ASUP Set to Embark on Nationwide Strike April 6th

The Academic Staff Union of Polytechnic (ASUP) has announced that it will embark on a nationwide strike from April 6, 2021. According to the union, this is due to the ‘’culture of neglect by the government on issues affecting the technological education sub-sector.’’

ASUP President, Anderson U Ezeibe, speaking after the 99th meeting of the National Executive Council of the union at Hassan Usman Polytechnic, Katsina disclosed that this decision was informed by six key factors affecting polytechnic education.

He said the issues include non-implementation of the ASUP/FG agreement of 2010, non-payment of salaries, and arrears of the new minimum wage in some state-owned Polytechnics, among others.

The union further listed conditions under which the proposed April 6 industrial action may be called off to include: Implementation of the NEEDS Assessment report of 2014, reconstitution of the Governing Councils of Polytechnics, the release of Promotional areas in federal Polytechnics, among others.


Earlier: ASUP Threatens Strike Action Over IPPIS

The Academic Staff Union of Polytechnics (ASUP) has threatened to embark on strike action over the implementation of IPPIS. See the full details below.

Following a 21-day ultimatum by the Senior Staff Association of Nigerian Polytechnics (SSANIP) to the Federal Government over issues associated with the Integrated Payroll and Personnel Information System (IPPIS), the Academic Staff Union of Polytechnics (ASUP) has threatened to embark on strike if the Federal Government fail to address the issues.

ASUP President, Anderson Ezeobe disclosed this in Abuja, stressing that the 15-day ultimatum issued by the union remains valid. He stated that the union chapters have been mandated by the National Executive Council to hold congresses to map out the way forward on the issue.

Ezeobe remarked, “We understand that the pandemic has altered a lot of dynamics and so with the feedback we get from our members, we can come back and say, we are shutting down or giving a particular date. So we are waiting for directives that will come from our congress.”

Latest: ASUP Set to Embark on Nationwide Strike April 6th

The Academic Staff Union of Polytechnic (ASUP) has announced that it will embark on a nationwide strike from April 6, 2021. According to the union, this is due to the ‘’culture of neglect by the government on issues affecting the technological education sub-sector.’’

ASUP President, Anderson U Ezeibe, speaking after the 99th meeting of the National Executive Council of the union at Hassan Usman Polytechnic, Katsina disclosed that this decision was informed by six key factors affecting polytechnic education.

He said the issues include non-implementation of the ASUP/FG agreement of 2010, non-payment of salaries, and arrears of the new minimum wage in some state-owned Polytechnics, among others.

The union further listed conditions under which the proposed April 6 industrial action may be called off to include: Implementation of the NEEDS Assessment report of 2014, reconstitution of the Governing Councils of Polytechnics, the release of Promotional areas in federal Polytechnics, among others.


Earlier: ASUP Threatens Strike Action Over IPPIS

The Academic Staff Union of Polytechnics (ASUP) has threatened to embark on strike action over the implementation of IPPIS. See the full details below.

Following a 21-day ultimatum by the Senior Staff Association of Nigerian Polytechnics (SSANIP) to the Federal Government over issues associated with the Integrated Payroll and Personnel Information System (IPPIS), the Academic Staff Union of Polytechnics (ASUP) has threatened to embark on strike if the Federal Government fail to address the issues.

ASUP President, Anderson Ezeobe disclosed this in Abuja, stressing that the 15-day ultimatum issued by the union remains valid. He stated that the union chapters have been mandated by the National Executive Council to hold congresses to map out the way forward on the issue.

Ezeobe remarked, “We understand that the pandemic has altered a lot of dynamics and so with the feedback we get from our members, we can come back and say, we are shutting down or giving a particular date. So we are waiting for directives that will come from our congress.”

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