The Federal government has agreed to pay the backlog salary of ASUU rival, Congress of Nigerian Universities Academic(CONUA). This development was made known through a press release signed by Prof V.O Igbineweka, Chairman of CONUA uniben chapter. The press statement was released after an emergency meeting at Uniben sports complex on October 4th.
During the meeting, the CONUA members agreed to resume and carry on academic activities. The union unanimously resolved to: “Members should resume work unfailingly tomorrow, Wednesday 5th October 2022.”
“Any attack, physical or verbal, by any member(s) of the striking asuu should be promptly reported to the university management.”
“Members should commence teaching and project supervision immediately.”
“Members w were briefed and assured that march, April, and May salaries will be paid along October salary while June, July, August, and September salaries will be paid with November salary.”
“Members were further informed that the IPPIS payment platform has been modified to accommodate all academic earned allowances.”
“Members appreciated the federal government for recognizing and registering our great, dynamic, and responsible union.”