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Monday, 11 May 2015

FG Urged By NASU To Pay N62bn Earned Allowances To Workers Read More

This is to inform you that the Federal Government has been urged by the non-academic staff Union of Universities to pay an outstanding N62bn earned allowances to their members.

The unions under the umbrella of the Joint Action Committee of the Senior Staff Association of Nigerian Universities, the Non-Academic Staff Union of Educational and Associated Institutions and the National Association of Academic Technologists are calling on the President Goodluck Jonathan’s administration to ensure the payment of the allowances before handing over to the new administration.

The spokesman for the unions, Mr. Samson Ugwoke said that the
Federal Government refused to make further payments after the initial payment of N30bn out of a total of N92bn earned allowances.

“N30bn was released as part of the earned allowance and about N62bn has yet to be released. Everything is about N92bn and you know, the N92bn we are talking about is for July 2009 to June 2012.”

The union pledged to sustain industrial peace in the universities, and called on government agencies to avoid acts inimical to the interest of the unions and their members.

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