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Tension As Federal Government Pays Lecturers Half Salaries For October

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Lecturers under the aegis of the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) were paid half salaries for the month of October by the federal government.

The Federal Government paid them for 18 working days in the month of October.

Lecturers and senior members of ASUU, who spoke to Newsmen revealed that the government only paid half salaries.

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ASUU called off its eight-month-old strike on October 14, 2022. Lecturers were encouraged to resume back to work by the union on that same day.

SPEAKING WITH NEWSMEN, A SENIOR MEMBER OF THE NATIONAL EXECUTIVE COUNCIL, SAID,

“We were only paid for the days after the strike. I received a half salary. Other members are angry right now, they are blaming the NEC for calling off the strike.”

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ANOTHER MEMBER, WHO CONFIRMED THE DEVELOPMENT, SAID,

“Yes, it is true, I received half salary. It seems the government is set to kill unionism in the country but we are ready for them.”

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