ASUU URGES FG TO ADOPT UNIVERSITY RESULT

The Academic Staff Union of Universities ASUU urges FG to adopt university has; approached the Federal Government to embrace the University Transparency and Accountability Solution (UTAS) recommended by; the association. Prof. Biodun Ogunyemi, the ASUU President, decided in a meeting with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Sunday in Abuja.

ASUU URGES FG TO ADOPT UNIVERSity

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NAN reports that President Muhammadu Buhari had coordinated that college instructors must; select on the Integrated Payroll and Personnel Information System (IPPIS). ASUU had; dismissed IPPIS, demanding that it abuses college self-rule and proposed the UTAS as an option in contrast to government’s concentrated finance arrangement of IPPIS.

As indicated by; him, the issue most definitely is still where; they left it.

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“Be that as; it may,ASUU urges fg to adopt university transparency we accept our; individuals don’t need IPPIS on the grounds that it isn’t in light of a legitimate concern for; the framework.

“In this way, we are as; yet trusting that legislature will react to our; proposition for the selection of the University Transparency and Accountability Solution which we are; dealing with as; another option to IPPIS.

“The last time we met at the Presidency, we turned out with; the feeling that the IPPIS and ASUU should meet and work out zones that can be; utilized for the two stages. We thought they purchased in to that however; we are yet to get notification from them.

” have being; perusing and hearing in the media that administration said;it was; past the point of no return and we don’t have the foggiest idea what they mean by; being past the point of no return.

” have had arrangements in Nigeria that were; assessed before the upgraded one. Along these lines, on the off chance that you realize a strategy can’t work and the approach is yet to be; applied to the framework, it is never past the point of no return for government to tune in to voice of thinking.

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