Stella Dimoko Polytechnic Lecturers Issue 14-day Warning Strike To Nigerian Govt And Threaten Indefinite Strike


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Wednesday, 11 October 2017

Polytechnic Lecturers Issue 14-day Warning Strike To Nigerian Govt And Threaten Indefinite Strike

The Academic Staff Union of Polytechnics (ASUP) has asked Nigerian government to implement its outstanding demands. It also threatened to embark on an indefinite strike from October 28, 2017 if government failed to give a positive response.

Issues ASUP want resolved include:

*NEEDS Assessment for federal and state polytechnics at N652, 591, 478, 614 billion, Consolidated Tertiary Institution Salary Scale (CONTISS 15) N20billion and short fall in salaries as at December 2016 N2, 637, 161,000billion and earned academic allowance N3, 221,487,017billion;

*Poor funding of public polytechnics as reflected in the unimplemented capital grants, withdrawals of allowances since 2016, shortfalls in personnel allocations as well as non funding of promotion exercises;

*Dichotomy against HND holders, victimization of union officials, non release of check off dues, interference in union activities, non release of CONTISS 15 migration arrears, non release of visitation panel reports, delay in review of the Federal Polytechnics Act, non commencement of renegotiation of ASUP/FG agreement of 2010 and tardiness in appointment of rectors of federal polytechnics.

National President, Usman Dutse, disclosed that about 70 per cent of ASUP chapters voted for indefinite strike at just concluded National Executive Council (NEC) meeting held at Abia State Polytechnic. He said the 14-day ultimatum issued the government took effect from October 9 to 28 (14 working days), adding that NEC expects the federal government to take action.

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  1. Ghen Ghen!

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