The Federal Government and also members of the Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU might be bracing for an additional round of skirmish, current advancements between the union and the federal government have actually suggested.
The Minister of Education, Adamu Adamu, has urged that the federal government will certainly not pay complete incomes to speakers regardless of their continuous across the country demonstration.
Adamu, made this stance while talking with State House contributors in Abuja on Wednesday.
The minister firmly insisted that the federal government resolution, that the opposing lecturers would not be spent for work refrained, was in line with the ‘No work no pay’ policy.
Remember that ASUU carried Monday started demonstrations throughout the nation to press house their need for complete pay after the Federal Government refused to pay them for the eight-month period the speakers were on strike.
ASUU, which had previously, in February, started strike, called off their strike in October, adhering to an order by the Court of Appeal.
Complying with the development, the government paid the lecturers fifty percent wages for the month of October while insisting that it would certainly not pay for the 8 months they were on strike.
Yet, ASUU began protests throughout the country over the fifty percent incomes paid by the government for the month of October.
In reaction to the objection, the education preacher declared on Wednesday that the lecturers “would certainly not be spent for work refrained.”
The minister also responded to the claims made by the President of ASUU, Professor Emmanuel Osodoke, that paying the lecturers on a pro-rata basis was a ploy to make them casual employees.
“Nobody can make college lecturers informal employees,” he claimed.
Adamu said he was not mindful that the lecturers were intimidating a one-day action to object the government’s activity.