Sack Malam Adamu And Chris Ngige Now - SSANU, NASU Says
Non-academic staff on Tuesday in nationwide protests said colleges in the nation would not resume except if the administrations get rid of the dubious Integrated Personnel and Payroll Information System, IPPIS, address the issue of unfair payment of Earned Allowance, pay them back payments of the new the lowest pay permitted by law among different issues.
They likewise required the sack of the Minister of Education, Malam Adamu and his partner in the Labor Ministry, Dr Chris Ngige, for supporting their scholarly associates to swindle them in the payment of the N40 billion delivered by the Federal Government as Earned Allowances for laborers in the college framework.
From Abuja, Ilorin, Lagos, Ibadan, Calabar and the nation over, the laborers, under the aegis of the Senior Staff Association of Nigerian Universities, SSANU and the Non-Academic Staff Union, NASU, noticed that without their requests being met, the expectation of resuming colleges in the nation following quite a while of conclusion because of the COVID-19 pandemic would not appear.[NewsNaira]