Why we declared 7-day warning strike- NASU, SSANU

By allcitynews.ng

The leadership of Senior Staff Association of Nigerian Universities (SSANU) and the Non-Academic Staff Union (NASU) have explained why they are embarking on warning strike.

In a joint statement by the unions, the seven-day warning strike is based on the anti-workers activities by government.

The unions cited non-payment of their four-month salaries withheld since  2022 as reason for strike.

The resolution for the strike was made known after a meeting held by the Joint Action Committee of the two unions in Akure, Ondo State, over the weekend.

And the President of SSANU, Mohammed Ibrahim, reaffirmed this during a press briefing held in Abuja on Monday 11 March 2024.

He emphasised that the strike action was deemed necessary since previous attempts, including protest letters and engagements with the Federal Government, failed to yield the desired outcome.

This strike is billed to take place barely two weeks after a day warning protest organised by Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) over hardship in the land.

NLC leadership changed that two-day warning protest to one day, following the recorded success of the day one.

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