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Thursday, October 08, 2020

PENGASSAN Begins 3 Day Strike In Nigeria Over IPPIS Issue......

 Some branches of the Petroleum and Natural Gas Senior Staff Association of Nigeria (PENGASSAN), on Wednesday, commenced a three-day warning strike to protest the “shoddy” manner their members were included in the Integrated Payroll and Personnel Management System (IPPIS).





The staff members representing the Petroleum products Pricing Regulatory Agency (PPPRA), Department of Petroleum Resource (DPR), Nigerian Nuclear Regulatory Authority (NNRA) and Petroleum Training Institute (PTI) protested at PPPRA head office in Abuja, chanting solidarity songs.

Mr. Kelechi Ugwulor, National Industrial Officer of PENGGASSAN, speaking to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) said that the strike was informed by the clumsy manner in which the agencies were enrolled on the IPPIS.

Ugwulor said that, though the union supports all government’s effort to achieve transparency and accountability in government, it should not be to the detriment of the oil workers.

“We are concerned with the ways our members in some government agencies are being treated with respect to IPPIS.

“In the month of September, our members in NNRA had huge sums of money deducted from their salaries, and we have decided that enough is enough.

“We are not averse to instruments of transparency in this country. Any system that offers accountability to the governance of Nigeria we are in for it, but do not do injustice to our members,’’ he warned.

Ugwulor vowed that the strike will continue until their grievances are addressed by the government.

Also, Mr Efreke Udeme, NNRA Branch Chairman of PENGASSAN, said that `bastardisation’’ of staff salaries of the agencies concerned and non release of statutory allocation of some of the agencies were responsible for the action.

He urged relevant government officials to address the issues as a matter of priority.

“Salaries arrears from March 2015 to Dec. 2016 are also outstanding in NNRA,’’ he added.

He admonished IPPIS to harmonise peculiarity allowances of all the agencies in their emoluments.

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8 comments:

  1. Na wa..o this government is really being unfair

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  2. Now you see why ASUU don't want to join ippis. Scam government

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  3. The Nigerian government is seroiusly tackling the menace of ghost workers.

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  4. yeah,I know someone who also
    complain of salary deduction
    through same ipps,don't know why they
    are detucting their salary.

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  5. Integrated Payroll and Personnel Management System (IPPIS) was put in place to legalize daylight robbery of Federal Government employees.

    Go ask FG Staff @ Federal Universities...They have been robbed blind without their consent.

    Whoever put this system in place is a certified criminal

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