ASUU And FG News Today [All You Need to Know]

ASUU And FG News Today: The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) has announced that the renegotiation of the 2009 agreement between ASUU and the federal government, which has been a major issue in disputes with the government, is progressing smoothly and has reached an advanced stage.

ASUU And FG News Today

The lecturer union said the University Transparency and Accountability Solution (UTAS) decision, which the government rejected, had been tested for the third time by the National Information Technology Development Agency (NITDA) and would begin testing Integrated Payroll and Personnel Information System (IPPIS) in the following week.

The disclosure is part of a statement by ASUU President Professor Emanuel Osodeke and can be viewed on the union’s website.

ASUU wont be discouraged by the antics of government officials

Among other things, the statement said: “The renegotiations of the 2009 ASUU-FGN Agreement are progressing smoothly and have reached an advanced stage.

“However, we have to stay focused till the end of the struggle. UTAS (University Decision Transparency and Accountability) was tested for the third time. So far, NITDA (National Information Technology Development Agency) has tested UTAS and UPS and will start testing IPPIS next week.

“We are not concerned about the antics of some government officials in this regard.

“We were close to winning. Let’s keep believing in Unity. A united union can never be defeated.”

Summarization of ASUU And FG News Today

  • On February 14, 2022, ASUU went on a general and widespread strike for 4 weeks to address their unresolved demands to the federal government.
  • Some of the demands of the lecturer include funding for the revitalization of state universities, payment of earned academic allowances, and adoption of the University Transparency Accountability Solution (UTAS) as a preferred payment option, instead of the Integrated Payroll and Personnel Information System (IPPIS) and payment of promotion arrears.
  • Others include renegotiating the 2009 ASUU-FGN agreement and resolving inconsistencies in the Integrated Personnel and Payroll Information System (IPPIS).
  • On March 14, unions extended industrial strike action for another two months because the federal government was not taking the issue seriously.
  • Several attempts to negotiate between unions and the federal government were unsuccessful, with both sides accusing each other of insincerity and recklessness.
  • On May 9, ASUU extended the current strike for an additional 12 weeks to allow sufficient time for the government to satisfactorily resolve unresolved issues.

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