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The Academic Staff Union of Universities on Monday declared a two- week warning strike against non -payment of salaries of lecturers not enrolled in the Federal Government ’s Integrated Personnel and Payroll Information System .
National President of the union , Biodun Ogunyemi , who read the declaration after the ASUU National Executive Council meeting held in Enugu, said the warning strike takes effect today , March 9.
According to him , the strike action was to compel FG to implement the agreement and resolution of Memorandum of Action it had with the union from 2009, 2013, 2017 and 2019 .
“Having discussed the provisions in the 2009 ASUU – FGN agreement , the 2013 Memorandum of Understanding and the 2017 Memorandum of Action which have not been implemented , NEC resolved to embark on two weeks warning strike action with effect from Monday 9th March 2020, to compel the Government to implement the agreement and resolution, ” Ogunyemi stated .

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Reps disagree with FG on WASSCE

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The Chairman of the House of Representatives Committee on Basic Education, Julius Ihonvbere on Friday questioned the new directive of the Federal Government on West Africa Examination Council (WAEC).

The lawmaker in a press statement frowned at the directive to halt participation of students in the forthcoming examination due to COVID-19.

He noted that the Minister did not consult stakeholders and, adding that the announcement lacked the needed clarification.

“He did not inform the country if this was in agreement with other West African leaders or in consultation with the examination bodies, the state governments and other stakeholders in the education sector.

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“The Minister did not also inform the public if the decision was the outcome of a meeting with all State Governments that are in charge of all but the Unity Secondary Schools that are owned by the Federal government.”

Mr. Ihonvbere said the directive of the federal government is confusing. He added that it will create, “distortions and disarticulations in the sector are only getting worse.”

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He urged the Federal Ministry of Education “not chicken out of its responsibilities but take charge, provide policy direction, engage the states and other stakeholders”.

He advised the federal government to provide the needed environment for students to write their exams.

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Osun proprietor arrested for circulating fake school reopening proposal

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The Osun State Government has said a private school proprietor in the state had been handed to over to the police for circulating unapproved plan for school reopening .
The school reopening proposal was shared in many whatsapp groups in the state on Wednesday and when attention of Special Adviser to the governor on Education , Mr Jamiu Olawumi was drawn to the proposal , he told our correspondent to disregard it.
Olawumi , who claimed that the man circulating the said proposal had been arrested by the police on the order of state government , told residents to wait for the directive of Governor Gboyega Oyetola on the issue .
According to the said reopening proposal , schools in Osun state were to resume on July 20 , 2020 and only 20 children were to sit in a class
It was also proposed that big schools would run two shifts of morning , 8 am to 12 pm ; and afternoon , 1 .30 pm to 5 .30 pm daily .
But Olawumi said , “Schools were closed by the President and the power to reopen has been conceded to the state governors . Osun citizens should await the announcement as endorsed by the governor very soon . We have handed him ( the person behind the proposal ) over to the police . Disregard the proposal please .”
Efforts to get reaction of Osun State leadership of National Association of Proprietors of Private Schools to the development proved futile .

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