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SSANU, NASU set to resume work on Monday after ending warning strike
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SSANU, NASU set to resume work on Monday after ending warning strike

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The Joint Action Committee of the Senior Staff Association of Nigerian Universities, Non-Academic Staff Union of Educational Associated Institutions, and the National Association of Academic Technologists of the University will end the ongoing seven-day and three-day warning strike by midnight, Sunday, respectively.

JAC of SSANU and NASU had for about a month called the attention of the government to its exclusion from the payment of the withheld salaries, which it commenced payment for the Academic Staff Union of Universities in February.

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Their salaries were withheld when the administration of former President Muhammadu Buhari invoked a ‘No Work, No Pay policy’ against ASUU, SSANU, NAATS who embarked on a strike that lasted eight months, four months, and five-and-half months respectively in 2022.

NAATS also joined and began its three-day warning strike on Wednesday.

Speaking on Sunday during a Zoom meeting with journalists, the National President, JAC of SSANU and NASU, Mr Mohammed Ibrahim, explained that all the unions would resume on Monday.

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He, however, lamented that the government had yet to respond to the unions’ demands.

Ibrahim said the FG had not paid the non-teaching staff, adding that it would meet with the National Executive Council to decide the next line of action.

He said in a statement on Sunday, “Consequently, you are hereby informed that the seven-day warning strike shall end at midnight of Sunday, March 24, 2024, and normal work will resume on Monday, March 25, 2024.”

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