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Thursday, December 01, 2022

Nigerian Govt Pays ASUU Full Salaries For November...

Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) lecturers have reportedly been paid full salaries for the month of November 2022 by the Federal Government of Nigeria.

However, the eight-month arrears remained withheld by the Federal Government.
A senior member of the union at the Bayero University Kano made this known in an interview with Punch correspondent in Abuja on Wednesday.

from voiceofnaijang


  1. Nice one, but the govt should also look into the unpaid arrears.

    1. At least Lecturers have learnt in a hard way that strike does not solve problems. If they had fully paid them by now they would have been warming up for another

    2. Oh so you don't know they are gearing up for another strike in January if the deadline of Dec 31st is not met for the backlog.
      Even me as a non academic staff working in the university my 4 months salary is with the govt because of ssanu May to August strike this year.

      Bianca Bruno

  2. Great! FG pls invest in education.

  3. So in these trying times ppl are owed back pay for 8 months, almost a whole bloody year. This shit is shameful in 2022, almost 2023. Wtf is one month's pay to do when eight is still outstanding.

    1. They were at home for the 8 months doing private businesses that I believe pays them enough for them to stay off work.

  4. That shows how these fools in government have relegated education to this country. Research Institutes' have been on strike for up to 18 months and their salaries are paid. No one has raised an eyebrow. ASUU was on strike to press their demand and demand that you honour the agreement you signed, you stopped their salaries and refused to pay it. Is it not double standard? Why do you have issues with the university? Even the November salary that was paid was not up to the full salary. No one has explained why there are deductions. It is a pity, education is dead in Nigeria.


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