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‘A positive move in the right way.’ Regarding the elimination of variability from IPPIS, ASUU

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In response to a governmental mandate to exclude certain educational institutions from the IPPIS payment platform, the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) has taken action.

Prof. Emmanuel Osodeke, president of the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU), stated that if the FEC’s approval was accurate, the move would put universities back on track.

According to DAILY POST, Prof. Tahir Mamman, Minister of Education, said that tertiary institutions like colleges of education, universities, and polytechnics would not be required to use the IPPIS payment platform.

At its meeting on Wednesday, the Federal Executive Council (FEC) reached the decision.

Osodeke praised the government for turning around the policy in an interview with the Daily Trust on Wednesday after universities were removed from the IPPIS payment system.

This is a positive development if what you said is true. For that, we applaud the government. That is the matter at hand. We are now progressively rising to the level of universities if that is true.

“This was one of the main reasons we went on strike, and nobody paid attention to us because of it,” the ASUU president stated.

According to Osodeke, the universities’ glorification was ruined the moment they were added to the IPPIS payment system.

While he was on the subject of punishment, he urged President Bola Tinubu to do the right thing and solve the matter.

While the government is fixing those problems, it should also fix the problems of our members who were punished for asking for the right things, according to our statement. We should then move on to discussing that.

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This is a positive step forward on this front. After three years, the government finally listened to our complaints, and we applaud them.

“Yes, there are many other issues, but if the government has already taken this step, they should take additional measures to ensure that our system is perfect and free from strikes,” he continued.

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