NASU, SSANU withdraw from IPPIS over discrepancies, caution against resumption
The Non-Academic Staff of Educational and Associated Institutions (NASU) and Senior Staff Association of Nigerian Universities (SSANU), yesterday, withdrew from the Integrated Payroll and Personnel Information System (IPPIS) over irregularities. National President of SSANU, Samson Ugwoke, also cautioned against resumption of schools in the country, saying the Federal Government was not ready for the health…
Whether the time spent at wrong court would be counted for purpose of limitation law
The facts of the case are that the Respondent’s husband was engaged on a temporary appointment by the erstwhile Polytechnic, Calabar as Auditor in the Audit Department on 21st of November, 1991.
NASU threatens 14-day warning strike over shortfall in salaries
The Non-Academic Staff Union of Educational and Associated Institutions (NASU) says it will begin a 14-day warning strike in Federal Universities, Polytechnics and Colleges of Education, over shortfall in payment of its members’ salaries.
NASU cautions against arbitrary implementation of Oronsaye’s report by government
The Federal Government must comply with all relevant laws and policies guiding the establishment of agencies and parastatals that might be scrapped as recommended by Steve Oronsaye’s report
‘IPPIS is a deliberate ploy to cripple varsity system’
The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) has described the Federal and state government’s insistence and forceful application of the Integrated Payroll and Personnel information system
FUOYE: Grappling with challenges of infrastructure, funding
The Federal University, Oye-Ekiti (FUOYE), was one of the 11 universities established by former President Goodluck Jonathan in 2011 to take care of increased enrolment into universities, and to ensure federal balance.
NASU blames rising poverty on inadequate infrastructure
The Non-Academic Staff Union of Universities and Associated Institutions (NASU) has blamed the rising poverty among Nigerians on inadequate infrastructure in the country.
This excellent article by Martins Oloja summarises it all: “The BBC would not have come to Lagos if we had followed up on the discovery of a randy Professor Richard Akindele who was sentenced to two years in prison in December last year”