The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) on Tuesday blamed the Federal Government for defaulting on its guarantee to execute the Memorandum of Action (MOA) endorsed by the two gatherings last December.
The Lagos Zonal Coordinator of ASUU, Dr Adelaja Odukoya who was joined by other association pioneers from different colleges in the zone at a question and answer session in Lagos, unveiled that scholastics in the country’s state funded colleges can leave protesting any second from now.
The association chiefs regretted that the public authority is attempting to injure the association by retaining confirm duty of individuals for longer than a year. They held that these levy ran into a huge number of naira and that the demonstration was executed by the public authority through the dubious Integrated Personnel Payroll and Information System (IPPIS).
As indicated by Odukoya, “We canceled our strike last December and marked a MOA and out of the nine things on the rundown for execution, just two have been finished. The first is the setting up of Visitation. Boards to colleges.
“Would you be able to envision that we as an association are the ones requesting that the public authority set up boards to realize what’s going on in their colleges? Setting up of boards should be done at regular intervals.
“The subsequent thing is the advancement unfulfilled obligations and that has not been done totally. Some of our individuals in certain colleges are yet to benefit. Would one be able to say scoring two out of nine imprints is advantageous?
“The Revitalisation Fund that they said had been saved at the Central Bank of Nigeria since January this year is as yet slithering and lacks to the records of recipients,” he added.