University Workers Threatens To Resume Strike Over Much Pressure

University Workers Threatens To Resume Strike Over Much Pressure

The University Workers, Senior Staff Association of Nigeria Universities (SSANU) where promised by the Federal Government to meet to their demands on or before the 30th of April.

But now the government has failed in their promises and the association doesn't have any other options left than to resume it suspended strike after the deadline.

The Association says the government has failed and are yet to pay the consequential adjustments for the new national minimum wage and the allowances encapsulated in the earned allowance.

The SSANU President, Mohammed Ibrahim disclosed this in Abuja in an interview with journalists over the weekend.

Ibrahim said it's members are very an angered over the delay in meeting up to their promises and aggrement, also said the association are under pressure to “return to the trench.”

The Union President Also said their demands were not new, the government are fully aware of their demands which have been lingering for over 11 years. 

The Union has an agreement with the Federal Government in the year 2009 which involves the payments of their allowances but have not been met up till today.

He said they have more than enough reasons to suspend their strike since they felt the Federal government were sincere and the timelines given.

The Union still believes miracles could still happen but most of their members are agitated and are under a lot of pressure to resume back strike.

Source :  dailypost

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