NDU NASU Joins Two Weeks Warning Strike

The Niger Delta University Non-Academic Staff Union of Educational and Associated Institutions (NASU) and the Senior Staff Association of Nigeria Universities (SSANU) joins its National counterpart to commence their 14-day warning strike action today.


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A call placed to the office of the registrar confirmed that the non-academic staff in NDU have joined the strike today after a brief meeting where officials of NASU met to deliberate on the national strike.

Recall that in September 28, 2020, the unions had written to its branch chapters of the strike actions immediately after the lockdown and this decision to embark on a 14-day warning strike was in fulfillment of their threat to begin the action as soon as the federal government directs universities to resume academic activities.


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In essence, the NDU NASU have returned NDU resuming students back to their sender as many are already in school while yet, others are on their way saddened by the new development.

Also recall that the University management in a bulletin dated September 25th directed students to resume school on October 5th, 2020 for the purposes of school fees payment, clearance and registration only.

The Unions warned that the 2-week warning strike may become full-blown if their demands were not met nor addressed by the federal government.

Reasons for the NASU Strike Action

NASU and SSANU have listed their grievances and they to include: non-payment of arrears of earned allowances being owed NASU and SSANU members despite various memoranda of understanding; inconsistencies of the Integrated Payroll and Personnel Information System (IPPIS) in the payment of salaries of their members; non-payment of arrears of national minimum wage to their members and non-payment of retirement benefits to outgone members.

Both NASU and SSANU have alleged that the FG lacked seriousness and delays in renegotiation of the 2009 FG/NASU and SSANU agreements; neglect and poor funding of state universities; and corruption in the university system; usurpation of the headship of non-teaching units by academic staff in clear violation of conditions of service and establishment procedures.

Unfortunately, while students are stil inquiring of when ASUU will call off their strike, NASU have decided to add their own pressure to the ongoing dilema.

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