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UNIUYO begins 14-days warning strike


The University of Uyo branch of  Joint Action Committee (JAC) of the Senior Staff Association Of Nigerian Universities (SSANU) and  Non-Academic Staff Union of Educational and Associated Institutions (NASU), has joined their counterparts across the country on a 14-day warning strike over alleged indiscriminate deductions of the Integrated Payroll and Personnel Information System (IPPIS)

Chairperson of JAC, UNIUYO, Comrade Anietie Atai,  who made  the disclosure, stated that the  lopsidedness in IPPIS has  resulted  in excessive and unwarranted shortages, inconsistencies, among other unaddressed issues in the salary system by the Federal Government According to her, the decision to down tools in the interim was taken at a joint congress of SSANU and NASU  in a bid to press home their demands.

Besides, She expressed displeasure at the non-payment of the new minimum wage arrears to the staff,  even though other institutions had been paid, even as she maintained that they have not received earned allowances and its arrears, among other emoluments. Atai said, “The strike is occasioned by the lopsided deductions of the Integrated Payroll and Personnel Information System (IPPIS) resulting in excessive and unwarranted shortages, inconsistencies and other unaddressed issues in the salary system by the Federal Government, the Union members angered with the inequitable treatment, rose to commence the warning strike from October 05 to October 19, 2020.

Source: #VanguardNGR

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