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NASU Fed. Poly Ede Chapter to Begin 14 Days Warning Strike on Moinday

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The Non- Academic Staff Union(NASU) Federal Polytechnic Ede chapter have announced plans to embark on a 14-days warning strike beginning from Monday, October 19. following alleged delay of the Federal Government in addressing their grievances.

In a statement released on Friday night, dated October 16, 2020 by the Non- Academic Staff Union(NASU) Federal polytechnic Ede chapter, signed by the secretary Officer of the association, Mr Adeleke A.A,  said the 14 days strike would commence on Monday.

They said this happened due to the abortive effort of National secretariat to get the office of IPPIS to rectify all noticeable anomalies associated with payment of NASU member salary since February, 2020.

They also lamented the inability of government to pay the new national minimum wage arrears.

The statement read:

“Due to abortive effort of National secretariat to get the office of IPPIS to rectify all noticeable anomalies associated with payment of NASU member salary since February, 2020 and NON PAYMENT OF NEW MINIMUM WAGE ARREARS etc.

We hereby intimate members of this great union (NASU) of the directive from National secretariat to embark on 14-days warning strike with effect from Monday, 19th October 2020.

You shall be communicated with any further directive(s) in due course.”

 

Abass Sulaiman Adegoke, well known as Adegoke is a student of Federal Polytechnic Ede studying Civil Engineering, He is a media enthusiast, loves traveling, and has a special interest in personal development.

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