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Why we barricaded the Senate building – SSANU



Studying actions have been to a big extent disrupted on Monday on the Taraba State College because the Non-academic employees of the Establishment barricaded its Senate constructing.

The protest allegedly adopted the non-payment of the October and November salaries of the SSANU members.

Their protest reportedly affected employees working within the constructing as they may not acquire entry into their workplaces, whereas some lecturers who entered the constructing earlier couldn’t proceed to the lecture halls.

The union which had been on strike suspended the economic motion following the intervention of some outstanding individuals from the state, they’re, nonetheless, infuriated by the silence of the college administration over their plight.

Briefing newsmen, the chairman of SSANU, Linue Williams, mentioned the management of the Establishment, has not deemed it match to handle the plights of the members after they referred to as off their strike.

He mentioned “We suspended our one month strike as a result of the Faculty administration had agreed to take care of our calls for throughout the shortest doable time. We have been satisfied as a result of they expended 32 million naira in cost of our promotion allowances.


”They’d paid the earned allowances and likewise launched the APPER kind to our members for promotions. This compliance is just not even as much as half of our calls for however we felt that the administration would proceed to be honest.“

He mentioned, ” the administration alleged in its final letter that members don’t come to work however that may be a blatant lie.”

“Additionally they mentioned there was no assembly between our union and the college administration so they won’t signal the MOU we introduced to them.”

Stressing how the union had a proper assembly with the college administration by the chairman of the college council, Ambassador Idris Waziri” he mentioned, “we’ve got determined to barricade this place as a result of we wish the Vice-Chancellor to return out and inform us why he wouldn’t pay us our salaries.”

A number of makes an attempt by our correspondent to succeed in the Vice-Chancellor of the college, Professor Vincent Ado Tenebe, failed.

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